Our location today! We are in the lovely Kent countryside, just off Tunbridge Wells and about to start shooting ADR on "Harbour". All set and ready to go, all we need now is the actors to wake up :)
We have been commissioned to provide full sound post-production for "Harbour" a gripping thriller/horror film by Raine McCormack & Reel King Media
"When a couple of swindlers arrive in an off-the-map village to reap the fruits of their ill-gotten scam, little do they realise that they have unlocked the arcane spell that enshrouds a place that is anything but a safe harbour".
We are very pleased to welcome in a new group of members which includes a number of talented Sound Designers, Dubbing Mixers and Composers
Check out the trailer for POP AYE feature film. Sound Design and Re-recording Mix by Nikola Medic and the team at Mocha Chai Laboratories
"On a chance encounter, a disenchanted architect bumps into his long-lost elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Excited, he takes his elephant on a redemptive journey across Thailand, in search of the farm where they grew up together".
We are honoured to have been featured in the December issue of Audio Media magazine. Click on the image to read the full interview via their website
"Sound editor/designer Milos Stojanovic talks to us about his new talent agency that exclusively serves the audio post-production domain".
Our members Max Hoskins and Milos Stojanovic provided ADR recording for Alien: The Covenant. Shot on location at Warner Brothers Studios, Leavesden.
"The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discover what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape".
The story of our mobile ADR system has been featured in Broadcast Film & Video. Click on the image to read the full article.
"One of the major stumbling blocks with today's post production sound is how do you get the actors back to record ADR once filming, or the actors schedule, has been completed. A nightmare scenario that is even more relevant with today's ever-decreasing schedules and budgets, writes Max Hoskins and Milos Stojanovic."