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Showreel of our work
As we’re getting close to the end of our crowdfunding journey, we would like to share a few of the projects we’re proud of.
Watch our showreel here.
Most of us have worked together closely for the past two years and that is also why we believe we’re the right choice of people for this project. We have previously handled projects that heavily focus on emotions and loss. We use our own experiences to portray emotions and tell heart-breaking stories.
We know how important the story is but it’s not the only thing we focus on. We have a range of extremely talented people specialising in the technical side of film production. We can assure you that this beautiful story will be told with stunning visuals.
Please help us achieve our minimum budget! We’ve got only 15 days left and still 23% of the budget left to raise. Help us make this project come to life! We are extremely grateful for every pound donated. If you can’t donate, please share this page with your friends and family!
From the crew of A Child Who Knew Death.
location recce 07/01/2019
Today we went on a recce to our major shoot location. We went as a group of 7, so we had to go both by train and a car. The journey was quite long, but what we've found was worth it...
We have arrived at a stunning, remote location around 11am. The views were breathtaking... The church is surrounded by a sea of green, which was an unusual sight for us as we've travelled from London.
The church itself was stunning. We've already seen it in pictures, but to see it in real life was a completely different experience. We couldn't believe how lucky we are with the location. St Margaret's Church in Halstead, Sevenoaks has its first written record dating back to 1120AD! It's absolutely stunning inside out, as you can see on the short video we made above and a few pictures down below.
We also made sure to do take some recce notes and we're SO excited to start doing our lighting plans!
We have also talked to the local community to get to know them and to promote our film.
It was a great day, which we really wanted to share with you and get you involved in our journey.
We have some more updates coming very soon, stay tuned!
From the crew of "A Child Who Knew Death"