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Toby & Hettie make a movie - part two!

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Sorry to have not been quicker at continuing the events of the rest of the shoot but we have had a couple of happenings.  I am now working for a Production and repping company in Dubai, we shall see how it goes, and Toby is working on a TV show so been busy with getting things together.  As well as, of course, concentrating on our own work but at the momenth that involves making DVDs, covers and sending them off to various parts of the world.  You might think that it wouldn't take up too mu...

Toby & Hettie make a movie - The making of...(6hrs)

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The making of/night of the short film L'amour de Montparnasse! (part 1 of 2)Waiting out side the gates the public left and we moved in.  It took an hour of setting up make-up, wardrobe, craft service and the first shot.  Due to the necessity of me having to multi-task I was running around like a headless chicken with no one to help in the behind the scenes as they were all setting up the jib arm and dolly.  Thankfully Chantelle who was the Travel Town representative was great and couldn't hav...

First blog entry - Toby and Hettie make a movie

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Welcome to our blog for our films, but at the moment specifically for our latest film L'amour de Montparnasse.  It's our second major short film that we worked on together.  Toby as writer/director and myself as producer.  Our first film Alone about the Universe is 18 minutes and a sci-fi drama.  It was our first film that we sent off to festivals and at the time we were very new to the whole circuit so had no plan or strategy.  We picked up two international awards for best short and excel...

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