While Stocks Last – A London Film Collective competition entry

This weekend just past, I joined a motivated team of film makers, the London Film Collective in their entry to the 48 Go Green Film Competition (www.48gogreen.com).

48 Go Green film competition were teams are required write, shoot, edit and upload a short film of between 4 and 8 minutes within 48 hours. The competition allocates each team an environmental issue as subject and a couple of elements to include in the film. I’ve got to say it was a fun way to spend a weekend and I’m really impressed by the results a small team can achieve in a limited amount of time.

The film was shot on a 5D Mark II. My Canon lenses and equipment were used to supplement the cinematographer’s lenses.

While Stocks Last is a black comedy about an Artist (played by Chris Polick) learning the story of his Tuna Fish Sandwich (voice acted by Efi Dimenti).

Director/Editor – Jeremy Elman
DOP – Ståle Eriksen
Producer – Gareth Hulbert
Production Manager – Jeannette Robinson
First AD/Story Writer – Mark Brocking
Sound Recordist – Seb Blach

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