ON LOCATION – with Lauren Lamarr Timelock The Movie was one of the most enjoyable experiences I have had in my professional life so far. When you are trying to take the first proper steps into filmmaking, it can be quite a difficult transition. Going from working with friends, or classmates, in what is often
STARRING WHO? Or: Do I need a name actor for my micro-budget movie? There is a simple answer to this. If you can, and it’s not a complete deception, then it’s probably the right thing to do. But if you can’t don’t worry about it; micro budget filmmaking is not just about lowering the barriers
“WHY (ON EARTH) MAKE A MICRO-BUDGET MOVIE?” — YOU MAY WELL ASK! Everyone who knows anything about producing knows that making a feature film on a tight budget is like a short dash across a high wire, and it’s not as though I’ve not written or worked on a low-budget feature film before. So why
WHAT IS TARTAN NOIR? Tartan Noir was a term first coined by crime writer James Ellroy describing Ian Rankin as “the king of tartan noir” on a book cover. Though no one seems to be able to remember which book cover it was, the name stuck and has now been used to describe a whole
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TimeLock film was shot on a micro budget in just 11 days so the cinematography was quite a challenge. After long discussions with the writer/director, David Griffith we decided to take a bold approach that would give the film a strong cinematic style whilst also allowing us to film in such a short time period.