Category Archives: post-production

The Last Bookshop is complete!

We are delighted to announce that post-production on The Last Bookshop has now officially concluded, with the successful burning of an inaugural DVD! The last few months have been a real challenge. The Gods of Editing threw everything they could … Continue reading

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That synching feeling

This weekend I caught up with my co-director Dan Fryer, the one man audio editing machine, to see how close we were to unleashing The Last Bookshop. We had been hoping to announce the film’s completion in February 2012, but … Continue reading

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Sounds of The Last Bookshop

The final leg of post-production on The Last Bookshop has proved a mammoth undertaking. Perhaps even slightly more mammoth than we were expecting, hence the slight delay. Personally, I was expecting a reasonable sized elephant of a task – but … Continue reading

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Credits sneak peek

Have a butcher’s at these screen grabs from The Last Bookshop’s finalised credits sequence, fresh out of The Bakery kitchen. As you can see, the design has changed slightly from the concept art that we posted back in August, in … Continue reading

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Book ends

Here’s some hot-off-the press concept art for The Last Bookshop’s end credits, courtesy of the West Country wonder that is Mr Alaric King… He assures us it’s only a rough impression of how the end credits will ultimately look; the … Continue reading

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What next for The Last Bookshop?

Once we have a final final version of the film, we shall be entering The Last Bookshop into any and all film festivals and competitions that we hear about, and for which the film meets the entry requirements. We want … Continue reading

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The hologram comes to life

The Bakery‘s animator extraordinaire, Mr Adam Droy of The Mill last night whizzed over some dazzling footage to show how The Last Bookshop’s hologram sequence is coming along. As you can see from this sneaky-peek image, the hologram itself (which … Continue reading

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