Have been working on a bunch of press stuff, but most importantly the trailer has been locked off and should be out and about very soon. It's quite different to the teasers
, which it needed to be. It's a much more commercial proposition I guess. The trailer was cut in London by Dave Hughs at In-D
. I worked remotely via email and Skype with him and to be honest I thought it was going to be a pain in the ass. I'm so used to sitting in edits and working directly with editors. But it went so smoothly. Dave was fast and friendly. Trailer cutting really is an art all of it's own.
Above is a shot of me and Greig I really like. On our days off (Sundays) Greig and I would go out and shoot stuff by ourselves. Usually with the help of our attachments, Dustin and Ari. It's where I felt I really got my head around making the film. In the middle of the beautiful desert filming shots and sequences that we knew might never end up in the film(and most didn't), but we had a great time shooting them anyway...