It’s 5 years since we premiered Fossgate Studios movie Transatlantic Smash. So to celebrate, here’s the latest Soldiers of Hell podcast where we discuss our memories of the Found Footage Rockumentary (a sub-genre we saying we invented), play some of the tunes and clips from the film, discuss how Beard Envy has entered the zeitgeist (of at least our circle of friends) and chat to co-director Peter Marshall and producer Steve Shooter.
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Last night we took our freshly completed movie – Transatlantic Smash – to the Little Festival of Everything at Coxwold and screened it for the very first time. It’s a strange feeling letting something like this out into the wild (not that Coxwold is teaming with lions and tigers but you get my point) having channeled so much of our’s and other people’s efforts into this project over the period of a whole year. Having seen the film what seems like a million times already it’s both a nerve-wracking but also exhilarating experience watching strangers watch your film for the first time. Which jokes would get the best laughs? Would it get any laughs at all? Why indeed would someone give up an hour and a half of their lives to sit through something made by people they don’t know?
The heightened emotions of the situations soon started to relax…
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