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Staples comments, “We spent a long time in prep refining bespoke LUT’s to blend the finely tuned costume choices, unifying each element of the mise en scene, producing a stand out, original visual manifesto. See the trailer here Directed by Fergus O’Brien and fully posted by Encore London, following its world premiere as the opening night gala film at this year’s BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival, Against the Law heads up the BBC’s GAY BRITANNIA season.
Made in close collaboration with Rob, his family, Sophie’s family and the police investigating team, this factual drama is the true story of a young relationship and of the violence and chaos that destroyed their lives, for simply being different.
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Encore’s nomination in the BROADCAST TEAM OF THE YEAR category recognises our work across a variety of productions over the past year including Fortitude, Maigret, Ripper Street, Death in Paradise, Against the Law and Murdered for Being Different.
The fifth annual Pro Sound Awards is set to take place on Thursday 28th September at The Steel Yard, London.
TNT Drama's young William Shakespeare drama Will, has been described as "The Bard with a side of The Clash".
The new series graded by Encore London's Paul Staples, follows a young William Shakespeare after his arrival to London in 1589 -- when theatre was like rock and roll and a young man with a dream changed the world with his words.
Cocker comments, “The grade had to reflect both the joy and excitement of first love but also the harsh realism of the appalling treatment people criminalised for homosexuality had to endure.
We started off with rich tones and a warm inviting colour pallet but as the story progressed through to the trial and eventual incarceration of Daniel we reach a subtler, more sterile look to reflect the on screen mood.
The sound team used the power of ADR (Automatic Dialogue Replacement) to fuse the narration, and help deliver a persuasive and compelling narrative.” Mainzer points out, “The court scene's in the film are hugely entertaining.