06th July, 2018
OnSight are delighted to hear that BBC Studios - The Natural History Unit, BBC Worldwide and OceanX Media have been nominated for Innovation Award with OCEANS: OUR BLUE PLANET in the Wildscreen Festival,
And also up for an award in the Wild Screen festival are BBC Earth Films & SMG Pictures who have been nominated for the Childrens Award with EARTH ONE AMAZING DAY.
Congratulations to all and fingers crossed .... :)
04th July, 2018
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Second Summer of Love, Gucci and Frieze present new films exploring the cultural impact of acid house.
OnSight have been proud to provide 2D and 3D post services for four prelude films that introduce the series. Directed by Adam Csoka Keller, exec produced by Jack Robinson and edited by Tom Chick, these inspiring films that took shape with us here at OnSight, explore the different facets of the second summer of love.
Our senior colourist Andy Lee and colourist/online editor Maggie Maciejczek-Potter provided their creative expertise for the Conform and Online on each of these short films.
This major new collaboration between Frieze and Gucci serves as an introduction to the work created by artists Wu Tsang, Jeremy Deller, Arthur Jafa and Josh Blaaberg, who will present new films exploring acid house and the social and political histories behind a selection of the scenes that preceded and influenced it, from Italian Disco, to New York house and Detroit techno. The four longer form films will be released later this year.
Possum Selected for Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 and the Irish premier at Gallway film Festival
15th June, 2018
Possum has also been nominated for Freight Fest GENRE RISING STAR AWARD
Co Produced by The Fyzz Facility and the BFI, written and directed by Matthew Holness, Possum tells the story of a disgraced children’s puppeteer forced to confront his dark childhood past, and wicked stepfather it’a “a very bleak and understated character piece.” Starring Sean Harris as the puppeteer and Alun Armstrong as the wicked stepfather.
OnSight were delighted to work with The Fyzz Facility producers: James Harris, Wayne Marc Godfrey, Mark Lane and Robert Jones alongside Co-producer James Cotton and Director Matthew Holness to provide full Post Production on this film, including conform, online, audio, grade and deliverables. The Editor for Possum was Tommy Boulding and DP was Kit Fraser, Possum was shot on 35mm film.
Possum tells the story of a disgraced puppeteer Philip who returns to his childhood home. Staying with his cruel stepfather, Maurice, Philip soon discovers that ridding himself of Possum is no easy task. When his attempts to destroy the demonic puppet fail, Philip suspects Maurice of manipulating Possum to cause him further distress. As their relationship deteriorates, repressed memories of a traumatic childhood start to resurface. When a local child goes missing and the police suspect him of the crimes, Philip is forced to confront the nightmares of his past and discovers that the real demon lurks much closer to home.
With our senior colourist Andy Lee and sound supervisor Andy Coles providing their creative expertise on the film Onsight provided full Post Production on the upcoming Feature.
11th June, 2018
‘A journey within a journey - A man’s attempt to conquer the Rift Valley. A sons attempt to understand his father.’
OnSight have loved working alongside Louis Devereux to cover full post production on the feature Documentary The Rift, including conform, online, audio, grade and deliverables, with a theatrical finish.
The Writer, Director and Producer for this feature doc is Louis Devereux, with William Honeyball as the Editor, Ludo Brockway as the Cinematographer and James Smith as the Composer.
The Save the Rhino team came up with the idea of walking the Rift Valley, in September 2015 Robert Devereux, father of Louis Devereux adventurer and philanthropist, set out to do it himself, attempting to become the first person in the world to do it in one go!
"The Rift" tells the stories from this unique and wonderful adventure, as well as looking into the developing father and son relationship between Robert and Louis and how it matured while in Africa. The documentary is a deeply personal look into their family life, and how Louis’s parents divorce affected their family. It has a relatable feel promoting conversations, however tricky they might be and showing that expanding your knowledge of a situation can affect a relationship for the positive.
Louis will also be donating 30% of the films profits to The African Arts Trust and Save the Rhino as both are very close to Robert's heart and tackle very serious issues within Africa.