Our sound designer and composer Robert Newth has completed the sound mix for episode 3, having created the effects for the episode.
Now the mix will go to our editor Anne Nicholson who will add it into the project, do a final grade on the video and then we can launch episode 3.
We hope you all enjoy “The New Recruit” and are excited to meet new characters Maya, Martin, Norris and Clark… and some rather unpleasant zombies!
Pre-production has started on episode 4, “In Crimson”, written by Iain Smith. We’re working with makeup artist Frances Hopper to create the look of our zombies, werewolves and vampires for the episode and as we are provided with test photos we will share them with you as part of the behind the scenes process.
Episode 3 will be released later this month and a special Christmas message from The Cult of Many Faces is also going to be released.
Plans to shoot episodes 4, 5, 6 and 7 will be put into place early next year.
We are happy to announce that episode 3, “The New Recruit” has moved on to the final stages of post-production.
Our visual effects artist Neil Rowe has completed the effects and now it’s over to our sound designer and composer, Robert Newth, to finish the score and add the sound effects to episode 3.
Once that’s finished our editor, Anne Nicholson, will piece it all together and we’ll release it online for everybody to see.
While we initially planned to release the episode on Halloween, we wanted to ensure the effects were properly finished and we put out the best quality episode as possible.
We can’t wait for you all to see episode 3 and we will start work on episode 4, “In Crimson”, very soon.
Our visual effects artist Neil Rowe is finalising the visual effects for episode 3, with sound designer and composer Robert Newth completing the music for the piece before finalising the sound work. Then our editor Anne Nicholson will put it all together and we will be able to release “The New Recruit” online.
Set as a mini-prequel to our full series, “The New Recruit” sees PITS captain Norris Fletcher (River City and Waterloo Road star Simon Weir) without a leader when Eve Mitchell is forced to take emergency leave and fly back to Texas. After a gruelling interview process he finds police officer Maya Hedges (Ellen Patterson) a suitable candidate, but what did her boyfriend Martin (Kenny Boyle) hack from her file, and is she ready for the final exam with Minister of Justice Clark (Chris Bain)?
“The New Recruit” will lead into our four planned episodes, “In Crimson”, “Replaced”, “The Fall of Innocence” and “Human” which we plan to shoot later this year and into 2016.
Episode 1, “The Weapon” and it’s prequel, Episode 2, “Preparing the Weapon” can be watched here.