International Co-production partnership on NEW feature film Witchula
Silent Studios Productions are very proud and happy to be joining forces to bring Marcus Bradford’s film Witchula to life. Silent Studios Director Jason Wright has been in conversation with MAB Studios Director Marcus Bradford for a while and is excited to be able to confirm his team are now partners in producing and filming Witchula with MAB Studios. Director Jason Wright is best known for his UK Commercial for Capcom’s Resident Evil 6, also working as creative horror director on promotional work alongside some great companies like Microsoft on Dead Rising 3, Deep Silver on the Dead Island games, WB Games on Shadow of Mordor, to name a few. Both Jason and Silent Studios Producer Kirsty Richardson are already in pre-production so are looking to bring something special to the table with their unique horror production team. Jason said “we were so excited when we read the script that we know this was something we wanted to help with and that it was for sure a new and original concept which is something we strive to do with our own work and projects”. Silent Studios will be filming in the UK and hope to get the UK horror fans on-board and behind this great film concept.
Silent Studios at Fright Fest 2013
Silent Studios has been busy this month working on the NEW Resident Evil 6 game commercial soon to be released in line with the game in October. News and updates will follow ... in the meantime Platform 32 have done a nice video to capture some of the day and talk to Capcom about Resident Evil 6
Some Official Posters released for Capcom by Silent Studios for Launch of Resident Evil 6
Resident Evil 6 UK Official Game Commericial released today from Silent Studios and Capcom. Please take a look and a directors cut version with be following in the near future. Also the game itself is out so please buy your copy today.
Silent Studios interviewed the amazing Gemma Atkinson yesterday about some of her new and old work inc horror films Airbourne and 13hrs.
Interview with Gemma Atkinson
Alice Cooper’s “Halloween Night of Fear”