Shark thriller 47 Meters Down is to have a theatrical release next year after being sold by Dimension Films to Entertainment Studios.
Renamed In the Deep, the film follows two sisters (Mandy Moore and Claire Holt) trapped in a shark observation cage at the bottom of the ocean with less of an hour left of oxygen.
Directed by Johannes Roberts, Creativity Media provided post production and sound design for this project including underwater Foley.
Our Supervising sound editor Richard Kondal headed the team to create a full soundscape of eerie underwater audio.
We look forward to catching In the Deep on big screen in 2017.
Creativity Media are pleased to announce Matthew Troughton as our new senior colourist and head of picture post-production and technology.
Mathew joins us from Ealing Studios-based Met Film Post where he will oversee our picture post-production department as well as managing its technology and systems.
With an impresses list of credits including last years’ BBC Adaption of The Go-Between, Little Ashes, and the forthcoming British Thriller Stratton, we look forward to collaborating with him with future projects here at Creativity Media
For more about Matthew and Creativity Media, check out this week’s Screen Daily Article.
Creativity Media are to provide full post production on what is due to be one of the biggest UK releases of 2016, Swallows and Amazons.
Filming is already underway on the Philippa Lowthorpe directed feature which is being backed by BBC Films and BFI.
The Arthur Ransome classic follows children John, Susan, Titty and Roger as they sail their boat, Swallow, to a deserted island for a summer camping trip. Two fierce Amazon pirates, Nancy and Peggy, challenge them to war and a summer of battles and alliances ensues.
Having gained some headlines back in autumn for its portrayal of young women pulled into London gangs, Sket is fresh out on DVD today. We supervised the post production and co-produced this film with Gateway Films and Gunslinger. The film is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, iTunes and On Demand.
In other news, Adam Deacon’s win at the BAFTA awards last month continues to gain attention, particularly from the meme generators. Naughty! We’re looking forward to seeing his performance in Outside Bet when it hits cinemas on April 27th.
Alex’s article for the Telegraph has reached an audience over the other side of the Atlantic. John Roach has been working with students at Georgia State University, experimenting with the psychology of sound. John referenced Alex’s article with an interest in the art of Foley and creative approaches in film sound. John and Alex have since got in touch with one another, exchanging ideas in sound exploration and human perception of our natural and man-made aural environment. It will be interesting to see what develops.
Last but not least, we are in the process of moving… more to be revealed next week. Rest assured, it’s exciting!