Second Trailer for Extra Time Featuring Former Doctor Who Companion Louise Jameson
It is now 3 days until the second official trailer for time travel short film, Extra Time will be released. It will be released on the official YouTube channel for Film on Film Entertainment at 5pm on Friday 7th April 2017.
Extra Time follows gambling addict, Spacey Black who goes back in time to stop his cousin, Kayla Black from killing promising footballer, James Spring.
Extra Time stars Louise Jameson (Doctor Who, Doc Martin, Eastenders) as Kayla Black; Charlie Ross (Big Finish Doctor Who) as Spacey Black; Ben Burman (Emmerdale) as James Spring; John Bagenal (Zayn Malik & Taylor Swift’s ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’); Gary Chivers (former Chelsea footballer) Graeme Dalling (Early One Summer) as Sam; Denholm Spur (Trouser Bar); Paul Valentine (Rotten), Daniel King (Doctor Who), Rishi Gupta and Jamie Rhodes as a Football Player.
The crew consisted of Mark Lever as Producer/Writer; Gary Thomas as Director/Editor; Pia Storck as DoP; Laimis Bilys as Camera Assistant/Gaffer; Simon Norman and Mark Andrews (Kingsman: Golden Circle) as Sound Recordist; Freddie Roche (Tracey Ulmans Show, Let’s Be Evil, Smoking Guns) as 1st Assistant Sound; Monika Swiatek (Help Point, Drive Thru, Mesopatamia) as Make Up Artist; Francesca Brooke, James Atkins, Lucy Noble (Conjuring 2, Poldark) and Myles Woolford as Script Supervisor; Martin Lejeune as VFX Artist; Anna Haffers as 1st AD; Thomas Greader (WhatCulture), Joanne Gale as Runner; Rene Toussaint and Thomas Parker as BTS Videographer; Stephan Burn as BTS Photographer; Rob Lever as the Music Composer and Riyadh Haque as Colour Grader on the second trailer.
The second Extra Time trailer was edited by Gary Thomas and Mark Lever, Sound Edit was by Simon Norman, Music by Rob Lever, VFX by Martin Lejeune and the grade by Riyadh Haque.
Extra Time is currently very near to reaching picture lock. After completing picture lock, it will go onto the sound edit, then the music and finally the colour grade. We have also very nearly finished every VFX shot, which there is over 20 throughout the film. Once the film is complete we will be going on the festival circuit and holding a premiere in the summer time.
We are currently scouting out locations for the premiere. If you have any recommendations, we’d be very interested in hearing them by sending us an email to email@example.com. At the moment, we are looking at either Clapham Picturehouse and or a central London location.
The filming took two years and four shooting days to finish. It was self-financed by Mark Lever and Gary Thomas. We filmed at Auto Trader, Wimbledon; Epsom Coaches in and the car park at Travis Perkins in Ewell West, Surrey; St Catherine’s Football Ground in Lower Morden, Surrey and in Epsom, Surrey and Raynes Park, London.
Get an insight into the production by going behind the scenes in our series of BTS Videos starring Charlie Ross, Ben Burman, Mark Lever and Gary Thomas
Watch the first official trailer here, which has been praised by modern and classic series Doctor Who Director, Graeme Harper and viewed over 2000 times as of Wednesday 5th April 2017.
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