When a procession of Norman soldiers escort a group of prisoners through the depths of the forest, they are ambushed by a band of bloodthirsty thugs. The Normans routed and shown no mercy, a captive minstrel manages to trade his life for a song. Composed on the spot, he promises his attackers immortality through the ages. But sometimes legends are born by accident, and history can play a game of Chinese whispers with the truth.
Shot over one weekend in Langley Park Forest – The Legend of Bob Leonard is the latest short film produced by Samantha Grieves with writer/director Will Kenning and DOP James Kar.
Excited to announce that it is currently beginning its journey on the festival circuit so check it out if you can! Visit bobleonardfilm.com for more info.
Our beautiful wedding couple Selina and Nick chose to celebrate their day more as a festival than a traditional wedding. With every detail carefully planned, they had everything from marshmallows to tattoos, from giant photo booth to outdoor cinema! It was a truly wonderful day and an honour to capture their special day, so we are very excited to present the trailer for their wedding! Selina and Nick you are both wonderful people and we wish you every happiness for the future. Congratulations!
Time flies when you’re having fun! Constantly working on different projects it’s hard to keep up with sharing what we’ve been up to. Six months ago today we were live side on an active runway in Cambridgeshire filming some slow mo product shots for Go Travel. Here’s a small sneak peak behind the scenes which we’ll follow up with the video soon.
Super happy to present the trailer to a wedding we filmed earlier in the year for a super amazing couple Nicole & James! A beautiful wedding on a lovely sunny day in September it was set in a rather spectacular venue in Kent. Many congratulations to James and Nicole! We wish you every happiness in your future together.
Go Travel trailer now live. All lighting effects filmed in camera.
Here’s a teaser trailer for our short film ‘Hood’.
The 8-10 minute film is still in post production so here is a glimpse at what you can expect.