I have officially wrapped shooting on my third feature film Sororal. The shoot was an intense and bloody seven week affair which saw a young and driven crew inhabit all manner of strange locations during a seemingly unending heat wave. I had the chance to work with an exciting crop of new performers as well as explore new territory with some familiar faces. We have wasted no time and have jumped straight into post production. As I write this I am trawling through the many hundreds of shots that will come together to make this strange little film. I am overjoyed with the images (kudos to D.O.P. Ivan Davidov) and can’t wait to get this kaleidoscopic monster out there. We have a powerful group of artists driving the post-production phase from composer Chris De Groot (www.christopherdegroot.com) to VFX artist Brendan Seals. Along with sound designer Benjamin Morris, these talented gentlemen are determined to make Sororal an unforgettable film experience.
What is Sororal? It is a ‘giallo’ inspired horror film, a transgressive Technicolor nightmare and a story about the explosive power of love itself. Yes, I know what that sentence sounds like but please have faith, Internet. From here on in, I will be uploading photos, video and other tidbits about what will be an electrifying film.