Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of one of the most groundbreaking films in the history of cinema, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001. Warner Brothers announced today that they will be releasing a theatrical 70mm print of the film for distribution. We are hoping that this print will also make it into British Cinemas!
Envelope Films were proud to produce a new internal video for the British Transport Police. The project focussed on communicating the findings of a recent report to staff members to help encourage positive growth and change within the organisation.
Rochdale Development Agency have big plans for redeveloping the historic town hall into an inclusive hub for the entire community. Envelope Films were proud to produce the accompanying video to this years Historic Lottery Funding bid. We have our fingers crossed for the bid as the project would be really beneficial for the local area.
This January broke all records for the Veganuary campaign, with over 150,000 people signing up for a vegan lifestyle for January. We were proud to be part of the movement by creating their campaign recent campaign video. Going Vegan can have massive benefits for your personal health, animal welfare and the environment. Find out more at Veganuary.com.
This January Envelope Films provided the camera and audio team for the upcoming feature documentary, 51. The documentary was directed by Sarvnaz Alambeigi and explores the lives of members of the Iranian National Ballet who disbanded internationally after the Iranian revolution of 1978 – 1979. There were some amazing personal stories in this film that we had the honour to document.
Envelope Films recently worked on the camera department of short film Being Keegan, which starring ‘This Is England’ actor, Stephen Graham. The film is set in the 1970’s and 1980’s with fantastic period costumes and settings and majes great use of Liverpool locations such as Walton Soccer Centre, Everton Brow and the Pier Head.
Check out the Liverpool Echo news article to find out more about the film.
We’re part way through January and Christmas is now but a distant memory! Envelope Films are proud supporters of Veganuary – ‘Try Being Vegan in January’. We are chomping through new recipes and trying all sorts of new and delicious food.
Envelope Films’ in house camera team (DoP Sam and 1st AC Judith) were proud to have worked on the BFI funded short film ‘A Father’s Day’. The film was directed by the talented Mat Johns, and we also got to work with top make-up prosthetic artist Shaune Harrison (Harry Potter series, World War Z and Avengers Age of Ultron). The film features incredible zombies but features a great new take on the genre! We worked with fabulous cast and crew and the film is currently in post production due for release in early 2016.
Photograph by Simon Webb
We recently worked with Function Band Jukebox to create a promotional video showing the various talented musicians in a variety of band lineups. A series of short sections from popular songs were filmed featuring a different band arrangements from an intimate 2 piece duo to a full on 12 piece band featuring a brass section! We added some magic sparkle to the finished video to really add to the talent featured in the video. Have a look at one of our favourites – ‘Ain’t Nobody‘ featuring the 8 piece band arrangement.