how much does alesse cost in canada We’ve been very busy developing our first feature film. Here are some pictures of us and the team after a creative meeting at BAFTA Piccadilly!
We loved going to Bath Film Festival and seeing Dead Gigolo on the big Odeon screen in all it’s glory, it was well received by the audience with laughs in all the right places!
We had a great time at Cornwall Film Festival 2015 and it was fantastic to see Silentville screened as part of the BFI Love season alongside a screening of diverse and challenging films. It was lovely to see Silentville warm so many hearts. We feel honoured to have been a part of it! See the trailer here!
We had a great couple of days developing our first feature film with director & writer Damian Mc Carthy last week. We’ve been working closely together this year to get everything ready to film the feature in spring 2016. Watch this space along with our Facebook and Twitter pages for more information!
Thrilled to share that our dark comedy Dead Gigolo has made official selection at Bath Film Festival 2015! We can’t wait to attend the festival and see it on the big screen at the Odeon on 4th December! Thank you to everyone who worked on the project for working so hard and also to all of those fantastic people who backed us on our Kickstarter campaign for the 6 Shooter Film Challenge which Dead Gigolo was part of. Watch the trailer here!
Very excited to share that The Chain and Silentville have been made a Special Mention at I Filmmaker International Film Festival 2015 in Marbella! We couldn’t have made these films without our amazing cast and crew members who put in so much hard work for all our projects.
We are ecstatic to share that Silentville has been chosen as an official selection at the Cornwall Film Festival 2015!
But that’s not all, as it is official selection for the Love Short Film category and competition this means it is also in conjunction with the BFI’s LOVE season. Fantastic! We want to express our deepest thanks to everyone who worked on the project for working so hard and to everyone who backed us on our Kickstarter campaign for the 6 Shooter Film Challenge which Silentville was part of.
We’re very proud to share that we have been featured in an 8 page feature in the May issue of Digital FilmMaker Magazine! You can see a sneak peak below. If you would like to see more you can grab a copy at any good newsagent store or get a digital copy from the iTunes Store.
The 6 Shooter Film Challenge is complete and all of the films were privately screened at the Tricycle Cinema in central London. The screening was a great success and an incredible experience for the 6 Shooter Team! We are so very thankful for everyone that supported the project and all those that came to the screening in March. Having an audience see our films for the first time in the top notch cinema provided us with invaluable feedback and inspiration for where and what to do next with the films. We are now working on the distribution of all the films and you can watch the trailer above. Watch this space!
We’ve joined forces with the guys at ELT Films to challenge ourselves and make 6 short film in 6 months. We are sharing different roles and responsibilities with the project and some people are trying out new roles like Directing too! It’s called the 6 Shooter Film Challenge and is proving to be a challenge indeed and lots of fun too! we are documenting the journey with written and video blogs on the website here. Check out what we’ve all been up to and keep up to date by following the challenge twitter here and liking us on Facebook.
And drum roll please….
18th one down!!! 😀
Here are some articles HyneSight Films were featured in whilst filming for the London 48 Hour Film Project Competition. We used Leavesden Country Park in Abbots Langley for the first half of our shoot and received some enthusiastic attention!
The Watford Observer – Thanks Claire Maxwell!
Abbots Langley News Magazine – Thanks Adam Parris-Long!