Category Archive: Production News

The Day We Set Fire To A SONY FS7


Our long suffering Sony FS7 yet again performs flawlessly. This time placed in burning peril during a practical effects shoot for our new short film Ignition. Rigged at the mouth of an inclined scale miniature corridor, the FS7 was repeatedly licked by flames ejected from the tunnel by exploding gas charges. Running at 180 frames per second, the camera …

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THE TRIAL Now Available To View On Vimeo

After completing its film festival run, where it screened in 10 countries across 4 continents, our short film THE TRIAL is now available to view on the Anglo Klaxon Vimeo page. Alternatively, you can view the film below as well. We’d like to take this opportunity once more to thank everyone who was involved in the …

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THE TRIAL Trailer Now Online!

Check out the official trailer for our latest project, THE TRIAL, a short science-fiction police procedural where medically augmented, mind-reading ‘Detectives’ ascertain the guilt or innocence of criminal suspects through their memories. You can expect to see the finished film sometime in early 2013. Stay tuned for screening updates via our Facebook and/or Twitter pages. In …

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Principle Photography on THE TRIAL Wraps

The Trial - Laboratory Set

Principle photography on Anglo Klaxon’s latest project, The Trial, has wrapped. It’s been a very challenging week of shooting, but also a very fun and rewarding one. With a combined cast and crew of over 50 people, a large warehouse and multiple sets, it has certainly been an ambitious venture. We can’t thank those people …

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From Anglo Klaxon Pictures comes ‘The Trial’, a science fiction influenced short film set in a post-industrial near future. Written & directed by Phil Arnold and Mark Player and produced by Christopher Bevan, the film shoots from 15th October to 21st October in Derby. In connection with the film we are looking for supporting artists …

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