Luke Bather - 25th Apr 2017

Eoin Glaister can't get enough of trilogies this year. After a story told over three parts for Aquilo, he's now directed another one for All We Are.

The first part for Human does reveal a different beast from the social realism of Aquilo. Here we're in mockumentary territory, as a small village in middle England xomes under threat by moronic developers, threatening to build a huge motorway right through the middle of it.  

Featuring a large comedic cast (holy shit, is that Martin from Green Wing?!) and setting up a series of comedic pins ready to be knocked down in future instalments, the whole thing barrels along thanks to the track - a very pleasant racket indeed. Going to be very interesting to see where this trilogy goes next.

PRO Credits


DirectorEoin Glaister
ProducerEmma Wellbelove
Executive ProducerKatie Lambert
1st ADLouis Barron
Director of PhotographyCharlie Goodger
Focus PullerDavid O'Connor
2nd ACNick Baker
Art DirectorJoana Dias
WardrobeCelestine Healy
HairJess Clarke
Make-upJess Clarke
EditorLaurence Halstead
ColouristMarty McMullan
Grading companyRushes
Post production companyAbsolut
VFXZdravko Stoitchkov
CommissionerJonny Bradshaw
Other creditsLoader: Jerry Pradon Sound Recordist: Nicholas A Ager PA: Molly Kirwin

Luke Bather - 25th Apr 2017

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