7 AWARD NOMINATIONS FOR 7 DAYS

7 Days – the Story of “Blind Dave” Heeley has just picked up it’s seventh award nomination! This time it’s the LOS ANGELES CINEFEST, an international event, consisting of live screenings (and of course a red carpet!) scheduled to be held in Los Angeles in January 2020. Fingers crossed! The film should be released to […]

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WALK A MILE – MUSIC VIDEO

Earlier last month we spent a great evening with singer Rik Jones, filming a music/promo video for his song WALK A MILE IN MY SHOES which features in our film 7 DAYS.  Rik is a very talented musician and it was a real pleasure to work with him. We shot the entire video in our […]

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THE MAKING OF 7 DAYS – PART 1

“There are no rules in film-making. Only sins, and the cardinal sin is dullness.” -Frank Capra When you’re committed to making a film, the entire project depends on your passion and energy to make it a reality, and when it can take a year or two, or even longer to complete a film, that’s a […]

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THE JET SET

On Saturday, 10th of March, we had another great day of filming for 7 DAYS – THE STORY OF BLIND DAVE HEELEY. Kicking off the day was a three hour shoot at Birmingham Airport on board a private jet! The crucial scenes were made possible courtesy of Cello Aviation.  We were met at the airport […]

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CAMERAS START ROLLING ON 7 DAYS

It’s been a very busy few weeks for 7 Days – the story of “Blind” Dave Heeley. Although we now have several cast in place, we have decided to extend the casting process for the other roles, in order for us to view back through all the auditions sent in to us by interested actors […]

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A LITTLE BLACKMAGIC

When DSLR’s first came out, we fell in love with them. The images they were capable of capturing blew us away, however, as impressed as we were with DSLR cinematography, we have found certain limitations working with the 8 bit H.264 compressed format. As much as we believe that limitations can lead to greater creativity, the relatively thin images DSLR’s capture […]

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