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Yes, believe it or not, a mere 18 months after wrapping principle photography - and a second cut of the film already completed - we were back on set last weekend. Shooting a few vital pick-ups to slot in to the edit, and one entire brand new scene, we rallied the troop...

We finally did it! After a marathon 11 months of editing (give or take a week off here and there), at last we have a completed first cut of DAN & ALICE. Admittedly it has taken a lot longer to get to this stage of post-production than anticipated, but nevertheless it's...

Last week, some of the team (director James, producer Anna S, and our "Dan" and "Alice" Brooks and Roisin) ventured out to West London to record an up-coming episode of the Impro Film Club podcast. 

We had an excellent morning chatting to Richard in great detail about t...

Happy 2018 from all of us at Dan & Alice team! 

We jumped into a new year with a fresh update of our website and social media pages. Have a little look around for exciting new stills from the film and behind the scenes photos featuring all of us, our amazing crew and lo...

We did it! Months of planning, weeks of traveling, and 12 intense days of shooting are complete. Principle photography on Dan & Alice wrapped last weekend, with a return to Oxford for the cast and crew, filming the all-important opening and closing scenes of the film....

We've been very busy the last week on location recces around the country. It felt like our own production road trip. Here are a few little teasers... perhaps they'll make it into the actual film! We've found some gems that we're very excited about.

Preproduction continu...

THANK YOU! We made our target on Kickstarter, and now have enough funding to move towards making the film for real. 76 gloriously generous people have decided to come on this journey with us, and thanks to all of them, DAN & ALICE is officially on the road.

Next for us...

Having proved to ourselves it was possible to shoot an improvised film this way, the next test was taking all that wonderful footage - all those fantastically long takes - and shaping them in to concise scenes that would set the tone of the film we wanted to make. 

As w...

Like any time we get together to film something, it was a cold and blustery day, with the worst filming conditions you can imagine - bright patches of sunlight interspersed with pouring rain.

Nonetheless, we had gathered a wonderfully passionate crew together to try out...

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