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March 2014 - Envelope Films

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Brave Stand Ups!

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Stand up comedy is nerve wrecking! That’s why we were amazed at the 11 volunteers who agreed to get on stage for the first time at The Comedy Store to raise money for local charity The FED. Read more…

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inHOUSE Film Festival

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Envelope Films have been invited to screen the fashion documentary Where Is The Light at the London inHOUSE film festival in April. Created for Manchester photographer Sven Eselgroth in 2013, the film takes a behind the scenes look at a day’s shoot with Sven as he shares his thoughts about photography. The film will be showing on Thursday 10th April as part of the festival’s fashion selection.

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Banshees

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Shot for a poem film challenge, Envelope Films joined forces with director James Starkie to film Banshees. As a man struggles to come to terms with the imminent death of his terminally ill wife, a calling can be heard, the sound of the Banshees coming to take her into the next world. Featuring super spooky make up by Jenny Longworth and excellent performances by Envelope Films regular Andrew Cullimore, Catherine Emma, Laura Ross, Cat Furniss and Kate Gwinn.

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Cyberbully Project Completed

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One of our biggest projects at Envelope Films has been the production of the interactive film, Cyberbully. Commissioned last October by Mencap, we worked with a fabulous group of kids from a mixed abilities school near Wigan to develop the story and concept. The mammoth project included a series of workshops, auditioning students at the school, writing the complex script, filming in the school for 6 days and editing it all together ready to be built into a Flash program. The finished interactive film lasts for 10 minutes with many decision points and includes 10 possible routes through the story! Right, job done, time for the next project!

Special thanks to Flash developer James Starkie and location sound / production assistant Jonny Pratt.

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