"The end of the pier. Candy floss, rides, kiss me quick hats, tattoos regretted later, of saucy postcards with the simplest message flying ‘cross land and sea- WISH YOU WERE HERE. After the success of his comedy at Nottingham Playhouse (Old Big 'Ead in the Spirit of the Man) - Stephen Lowe's latest play switches into a darker vein- SMILE is a hi-tech thriller of revenge and retribution. "
'This is a joyful and original take on Dickens, for very young children who aren’t likely to have encountered the story yet' - The Stage
An Adaptation Written By Toby Hulse
Sequence for the 'Christmas Around the World' scene. Projected onto upstage screen and mapped onto the set.
Hetain Patel's rehearsed imitation of his father, where Hetain and Barret restaged existing footage of Hetain's father in his coach building factory, in Bolton. Focusing on his father’s physicality, Hetain performs his words, his accent, mannerisms and movements. Both films are shot in a single take and play in synchrony with one other.
THE MASKS OF MER, a documentary by director Michael Eaton traces the extraordinary story of Haddon’s largely neglected footage, which raises vital questions of authenticity and reconstruction, and experiments with reproducing Haddon’s film version for public presentations, synchronised to the original phonographic recordings. Editing and post production by VentMedia. Duration: 110 mins
The Priest of Nemi tells both the story of the Rex Nemorensis, 'the king of the wood' in ancient roman history who played a major role in the mythography of J.G. Frazer in The Golden Bough, and of the temple of the goddess Diana at Nemi was rediscovered and excavated in 1886.
The film documents many artifacts bought back from Italy and now owned by Nottingham Castle.
Still from A.V performance by Vent Media and Mountebank - co-commissioned by q-Arts gallery in Derby and M.A.C.E (media Archive for Central England.
Vent was ask to create four short films to accompany a live show to celebrate the local culture and history of Nottingham. The films were shown on three larges screens during the Torch Relay celebration for the Olympics 2013 for an audience in the thousands.
Vent has had a close relationship with the fanatastic Zoo indigo Theatre company , collaboraing on many of their productions over the last tens years including:
The alternative festive presentation has become a firm fixture in the Royal and Derngate calendar, offering a more theatrical option for those who taste may not run to the booing and hissing of traditional panto. But that’s not to say there’s any less enjoyment to be had in the intimate, cosy surroundings of the Royal auditorium and this stage adaptation of the CS Lewis children’s classic The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
Vent created various backdrops and the flying sequence with Aslan
Vent media: Video projection, video mapping, motion graphics, projection mapping
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