Scarecrow is now on its festival journey after being completed on 27th May 2018. Weighing in at a healthy 9 minutes, Jay (Jason Langdell's) edit is tight with lovely sound design which really sells the story and vision. I'm happy with the film, so hopefully it'll do well and get screened in lots of exiting venues.
However, as is normal for all productions (mine anyway), there are, of course, always things which you wished you could have achieved, done better etc. but with what we faced on the day; during pre-production and on the restricted budget and timescale, all of us involved should be justly proud! Nothing should diminish what has been achieved and the quality of the final movie. Everything is a learning curve and I go into my next venture with lots to bear in mind and with confidence. Although frustration exist in any production, it was an enjoyable experience and I met lots of new (and great) people.
Below is a synopsis teaser promo item... This explains the idea and plot. The whole film is deliberately set in an ambiguous time period, with nods to classic, quintessentially British films, such as Hammer House of Horror, Tales of Unexpected and the Rocky Horror Show (without the music!)
An excellent cast, and an enthusiastic and professional crew; with a tidy, tight and wonderful edit. Enjoy Scarecrow if you can.