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Marojin (post-production)

Tagline:
Burn this and eat the ashes, then it will begin.
Synopsis:
A surreal psycho-drama dealing with grief, denial and the occult.
Hannah (2009)

Following a serious car accident, a young man named Toby suffers from acute amnesia.

In attempting to unlock his memories, he becomes involved in the supernatural and instigates an unnerving chain of events as repressed memories surface.


Overview

Director:
Graeme Beech
Written by:
Graeme Beech (screenplay)
Story by:
Anna M Christa (short story "Losing Dreams")
Status:
Post Production
Genre:
  • Drama
  • Surreal

Cast (in credits order)

    • Ethan Jackson
    • Ethan Jackson
    • Toby
    • Sarah Gargett
    • Sarah Gargett
    • Annabelle
    • Keith Chanter
    • Keith Chanter
    • Companion

Additional Details

Runtime:
7 mins
Country:
UK
Language:
English
Aspect Ratio:
2:1
Sound Mix:
Stereo
Colour:
Colour
Format:
HD 720P, 25FPS

Crew

Produced by:

    • Mike J Hadfield
    • Producer
    • Daniel Chapman
    • Co Producer
    • Wayne Thompson
    • Associate Producer

Camera and Electrical

    • Stefan Haruk
    • Director of Photography
    • Wayne Thompson
    • Gaffer / Grip
    • Tim Lienert
    • 1st Assistant Camera
    • Richard Wilson
    • 2nd Assistant Camera

Post Production

    • Daniel Chapman
    • Editor
    • Mike J Hadfield
    • Colourist
    • Compositing
    • Visual Effects
    • Richard Wilson
    • Junior Editor / VFX Artist

Art / Makeup Department

    • Tim Lienert
    • Set Decoration
    • Wayne Thompson
    • SFX / Makeup
    • Craig Rutherford
    • Property Manager

Sound Department

    • Dan Chapman
    • Production Sound
    • Foley Artist
    • ADR

Other Crew

    • Lynsey Palmer
    • Production Assistant
    • T.J. Thompson
    • Picture Car
    • Driver: Picture Car (White Coupe)

Trivia

  • The charcoal mixture used to simulate black saliva didn't show up on camera. A food dye and coffee grind mix was used.
  • The beach location had to be visited 4 times for the correct tide and weather.
  • 25 Polaroids were taken in the making of this film, each costing approximately £2.50.
Spiderhouse Productions Ltd
Mike J Hadfield
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