We are pleased to announce that “In Search of the Dead” has been nominated for Best Paranormal Documentary Film in Higgypop’s 2020 Paranormal Entertainment Awards.
This year marks the third annual Paranormal Entertainment Awards for Higgypop, in which the best paranormal content creators, publishers, hosts, and broadcasters are recognised. The awards celebrate “all forms of content created for traditional broadcast, online streaming, social and print, as well as celebrating the stars and creators of that content”.
The winner of the awards will be decided by public voting, closing on Friday 13th November 2020. The winners will be announced on Sunday 29th November.
We are overjoyed to announce that “In Search of the Dead” has made it to the Official Selection of the 2020 London International Motion Picture Awards (L.I.M.P.A.).
The London International Motion Pictures Awards (L.I.M.P.A.) is an annual event held in London, United Kingdom. It aims to disseminate film culture and the progress achieved in various branches of film art, and to strengthen relations among filmmakers throughout the world.
This year the festival has reinvented itself and will be launched in collaboration with the U.S. distribution company Alexa Films LLC as a TV event. Each work has the chance to be broadcast live on the festival’s exclusive TV channel. The festival’s broadcasts will be shown on the channel between 1st and 12th of December. Viewers will have a chance to vote for each work featured by using a “like” button in order to obtain the recognition of “The film most voted by the audience”. The vote of the audience will be independent of the decision of the jury.
To find out more about the festival and this year’s competitors, visit L.I.M.P.A.’s official website.
We are overjoyed to announce that “In Search of the Dead” has been officially selected for the fourth Wales International Film Festival.
The Wales International Film Festival was founded by Euros Jones-Evans and Samira Mohamed Ali to showcase the work of filmmakers from across the globe. This year’s festival will be held between 16th and 18th September 2020 at the Gwyn Hall in Neath, South Wales. You can find out more about the festival on their website.
After years of production, our debut feature documentary – In Search of the Dead – is almost ready. Yes, you read that correctly… it will soon be available to watch!
Despite (or perhaps because of!) having watched the film what seems like at least a million times, Erik and I want to check that we haven’t made any silly mistakes. As such, we are looking for keen-eyed viewers to spot any glitches, typos or volume irregularities which we might have missed.
Check out our latest teaser trailer and see what we’re talking about…
If you are interested in being a test watcher (and getting early access to ISOTD!), you can apply here. The form will be available to fill in until Monday night. After that we will be contacting those who we have selected with more details.
As always, we want to say thank you for your continued support and patience. We truly cannot wait to share “In Search of the Dead” with you!
Over the past couple of weeks we have seen leaps and bounds worth of progress with In Search of the Dead, with “sound” and “audio” being the two most commonly used words in our office. Not only has our hugely talented composer finished all her (heavenly!) compositions for our soundtrack, but we have also hired an audio engineer to smooth the documentary’s sound and have recorded the final takes of all the voiceover in studio. Phew!
I hardly dare to say it, but I believe we are now in the Final Tweaks stage of post-production. I cross my fingers and hope that it won’t be too much longer until we will be looking for test watchers to help us identify any last errors or issues with the production. So, keep an eye out if that sounds interesting to you!
To end this short update post I must once again thank you all for your constant support and patience. There is a not a video on our YouTube channel that does not have a comment asking after In Search of the Dead. We know that you have not forgotten our crazy dream to produce this documentary, and are just as excited to see it finished as we are. Each comment warms our hearts and reminds us of how fortunate we are to have such an enthusiastic and understanding audience. So, thank you.