Busy night preparing 32 teleprompter scripts for US client - ready for this afternoon's shoot.
The New York Times best-selling author, Dan Solin, has commissioned Chat Noir to produce another 30 films to promote his financial consultancy.
Produced to celebrate the launch of the new audio adventures from B7 Media and Big Finish Productions, "Is the Mekon Misunderstood?" takes a fun look at Dan Dare's arch nemesis, The Mekon.
For more information on the audio adventures visit DanDareAudio.com
For the last few months Chat Noir Productions Ltd have been working with New York Times best selling author Dan Solin on a series of films - the first film is now online! Here's a teaser for the series:
Early morning shoot in Parkgate.
Early morning shoot in Chester getting a few shots for our new DVD.
Introducing, Wheels and Wave:
We've had an insanely busy day filming the Minstrels Court parade through the streets of Chester.
Well done to all 7 camera guys - footage is looking great!
A short video made for the Meningitis Now campaign
Shooting a promo at Bodrhyddan Hall in North Wales.
Following shoots both locally and in Northallerton, Chat Noir Productions are proud to premier a series of case-study films produced for Vantage Business Solutions, highlighting their work with housing associations.
Chat Noir Productions are proud to premier a series of films produced for Halliday Funeral Supplies, highlighting some of the company's unique selling points. These include bespoke coffins and caskets, environmetnal policies and quality control.
Today Chat Noir has been filming a 1940s style war movie scene as Chester Military Museum. Using real period uniforms and the museums trench exhibition as a set, the scene was filmed in just an hour, before the building was opened to the public.
Excerpts from the scene will be used in a new film celebrating the RE:NEW project, Chester’s new Cultural Centre.
Today the cameras stayed at home, while Chat Noir went on a location scout to Chester Military Museum. As part of the on-going RE:NEW project, a location was needed to film a short 1940s style film. Thankfully, the trench display at the museum proved to be perfect.
Filming is to take place in the next week, so look out for our on-set report.