After a successful festival run including selections to Itzon Film Festival and the Eerie Horror Film Festival we are pleased to finally release Get Well Soon online for everyone to view. This is a film that was only made possible by the dedication of the cast and crew. Please let us know what you think. [...]
A behind the scenes look at the making of the short film Get Well Soon including interviews, film clips and outtakes.
For all fans of Love Letters, Sophie Winkleman and Freddie Windsor, here are a selection of production stills.
Exciting news. The Mountain Within has been released on DVD and online via Amazon. The wonderful soundtrack is also available on iTunes.
We’re thrilled that Get Well Soon has been selected for the 2011 Eerie Horror Film Festival at the end of October. Fingers crossed for a win.
BRAG, via its corporate arm GASP, was delighted to produce a promotional film for blowUP media’s new screen at the Bullring in Birmingham. Watch this space for the official GASP launch which will be announced shortly.
The executive producer of The Mountain Within, Herta von Stiegel, was interviewed by Robert Miller of The Telegraph about her book about the film, The Mountain Within: Leadership Lessons and Inspiration for Your Climb to the Top, and leadership and bankers’ bonuses. The video interview can be viewed here. This follows Al Gore’s blog about The [...]
The Mountain Within continues its world tour in Sydney on 17 September. The screening coincides with the launch of the book of the film by our executive producer, Herta von Stiegel, The Mountain Within: Leadership Lessons and Inspiration for Your Climb to the Top. Our director, Kyle Portbury, will be there to answer questions, and [...]
The executive producer of and brainchild behind The Mountain Within, Herta von Stiegel, shares her observations and insights about the lessons learnt from the project in her book, The Mountain Within: Leadership Lessons and Inspiration for Your Climb to the Top. It’s available on Amazon (http://amzn.to/qlzM6O) and promises to be a fascinating read. It features (among [...]
By popular demand there will be two public screenings of the brilliant Get Well Soon in London on Sunday 24 July. Tickets can be purchased at www.wegottickets.com/event/123884 (4pm screening) and www.wegottickets.com/event/125406 (5pm screening). Both screenings will be hosted by The Exhibit in Balham. And then on Monday 1 August (at 7:30pm), Get Well Soon will be screened [...]
Help celebrate the release of Get Well Soon by downloading one of our film posters. Below are a couple of different versions for you to download. To download please click the size you would like, then right click your mouse on the image to save the file to your desktop. Landscape [...]
It was great to see everyone at the cast and crew screening for Get Well Soon. Here are a couple photos from the night.
The Cast and Crew screening for Get Well Soon will be held on the 2nd of June. If you haven’t received an invitation from us please contact us ASAP so we can secure your place.
Monday turned out to be the day of hotel terraces – the Grand (we knew where it was hiding this time) and the Majestic – and yachts – Kodak and Pinewood. Nicely glamorous, but much more suits than celebrities, you can almost smell the deals being closed. Judging by the daily reports from the likes [...]
One of the main reasons to be in Cannes is to raise money for your film. Assuming that you want to make your film rather than simply sell it to a studio, there are a number of finance avenues open to UK independent producers. There has been an awful lot of chatter recently about public [...]
Saturday saw us in back to back meetings around La Croisette, including one we made by the skin of our teeth because The Grand’s frontage has been obscured by vast pavillions for Variety and Audi. On days like this, when the pace and intensity of Cannes are full on, it’s good to escape to the back [...]
The general feeling on the Croisette is one of bustle and industry you can almost see the big ideas hatching and next year’s Palme D’Or winner taking shape, a very different atmosphere to when we were last here. We are very excited about the next few days (and a bit miffed that we missed the [...]
Short film – documentary Completed 2011 15 mins Directed by Gregory Rinaldi IMDB www.danthebirdman.me BRAG follows the story of Daniel Bennett, a 27 year old park warden whose video blogs about local wildlife took on an unexpected life of their own and marked the beginning of an online phenomenon and dramatic personal journey. New to the digital [...]
BRAG will be attending Cannes again this year, promoting our current projects, from Thursday 12 until Wednesday 18 May. We plan to populate our website with plenty of photos and blog posts while we’re there, so do keep checking back or join our Facebook and Twitter pages for all of the latest news. And if you’re also planning [...]
We came across this video recently and thought that we should share it with everyone. Here is the write up from the youtube page “Over 6 months in the making and almost 3 years on from ‘Lucky’ their first light painting collaboration Darcy Prendergast and the creative team at OH YEAH WOW have again paired [...]
We’re delighted to report that Get Well Soon has now started its festival run and been listed on IMDb – you can view this page here We will keep you up to date here and on our Facebook page, but in the meantime here are some production stills
When Ian and I sat down to watch what was practically the final edit, it was a relief, although I knew that wouldn’t be able to get any distance and objectivity for some time. I’d watched it so many times in different forms over the previous year. The final task was to get Laura Howard [...]
Short film – horror/thriller IMDB Youtube Vimeo Completed 2011 15 min HD Directed by Ian Baigent and Jack Burnford Written by Michael Woodman Synopsis Theodore Fisk is plagued by nightmares which stem from his recent treatment for breast cancer. Now in remission, his ordeal appears to be drawing to close – but the cracks are [...]
On October 6th, Rael Jones began working on the score to Get Well Soon. Up until this point, we’d been using Nick Cave’s bleak score to The Road as temp music, as well as some earlier ambient tracks Rael had prepared. Rael and I had been members of Thumpermonkey Lives! for a while; what we needed for this short [...]