Welcome To Amulet Films

  • Ghosthunter

    Producer - Alison Reddihough & Simon Corris

    Director - Simon Corris

    Writer - Alison Reddihough & Simon Corris

     

    Format - 35mm, Short Film

    Running Time - 20 minutes


    Ghosthunter @ IMDb

  • David Simon - Collision

     

    Artist - David Simon

    Album / Track - Collision / Come Down

    Director / DoP / Editor - Simon Corris

     

    Format - DSLR Canon 7D, Music Video

    Website - David Simon Music

     

    Vimeo Moth @ IMDb Moth @ IMDb

  • Moth

     

    Producer - Alison Reddihough & Simon Corris

    Director - Simon Corris

    Writer - Clifton Stewart

     

    Format - 35mm, Short Film

    Running Time - 12 minutes

     

    Moth @ IMDb

  • Artic Melvin - Fake Colour

     

    Artist - Artic Melvin

    Album / Track - Fake Colour / Let Us Down

    Director / DoP / Editor - Simon Corris

     

    Format - DSLR Canon 7D, Music Video

    Website - Artic Melvin

     

    Moth @ IMDb Moth @ IMDb Moth @ IMDb

  • Artic Melvin - Fake Colour

     

    Camera - Canon EOS 7D

    Lens - Tokina 11-16mm, Sigma 50mm, Sigma 70-200mm

    Composited - Adobe After Effects CS5.5

     

    Format - DSLR Canon 7D, Timelapse Short Film

    Running Time - 3 min 33 sec

     

  • Producer - Alison Reddihough & Simon Corris

    Director - Simon Corris

    Writer - Alison Reddihough & Simon Corris

     

    Format - 16mm, Short Film

    Running Time - 5 minutes


Amulet Films

Amulet Films is a British Independent Film Company set up by Simon Corris & Alison Reddihough. We are currently developing various feature films and for the latest news on these please visit our 'Projects' page.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our website. To keep up to date with our news, please follow us on Twitter by clicking the link below.

Current Productions

Watch this space...

Short Films

For details of our previous short films, follow the link to 'Moth', 'Ghosthunter' and 'The Essay'. Where you will find information on the making of these films plus storyboards, videos, dairies and 'production' and 'behind the scenes' photographs.

Ghosthunter made it to the final 10 films shortlisted for an Academy Award nomination and and has sold to television internationally and to Virgin Atlantic Airlines. Moth has toured the international short film festival circuit picking up awards for 'Best Film' and 'Best Director' along the way.

Music Videos

Taking advantage of the current vogue for DSLR filmmaking and investing in our (growing) kit has enabled us to shoot and post produce our own low budget projects, almost entirely self contained. Currently we have a number of small projects slated and the music videos are an example of how we can produce these films for very little finance.

Head on over to our Vimeo Channel which we hope will grow as we showcase some of those DSLR projects we're currently working on. Also, check out the individual project pages where we'll be adding content about the making of those films.

Our Book

Our book, "How To Make Great Short Feature Films: The Making Of Ghosthunter", foreword by David Parfitt, tells the story of the making of our first 35mm short feature, "Ghosthunter". Published with the book is the DVD of the film plus many 'making of' special features. More information on this can be found by following the link to 'The Book'.

News

DJI Ronin @ NAB 2014

Talking of highlights from NAB, at last year’s show the MoVI made its debut. Vincent LaForet considered this gyro stabilised hand held rig “a game changer”. Following its unveiling a plethora of quite remarkable films hit the internet, not least the one from Vincent himself which demonstrated just how incredible and versatile the rig was. Not surprising then that other manufactures have now started to produce their own versions and one in particular looks very interesting.


 

Best in Show, NAB 2014

NAB 2014 ended last week, always a show to keep an eye on as far as developments in the filmmaking world are concerned. Over the past few years NAB has been the forum where significant announcements have been made.


 

Something Remarkable is Happening in VFX

Still on the theme of visual effects, following Gravity’s various successes at the BAFTA’s on Sunday night. In 1970 Japanese roboticist, Masahiro Mori developed a hypothesis in which he coined the term, “The Uncanny Valley”. In it, he refers to the point between which the human response to the lifelike appearance of a robot becomes strong revulsion.


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