BAIT – How to make a BAFTA nominated indie film on 16MM – LIVE Q&A with director, cinematographer & writer Mark Jenkin

Live from ‘Dirt in the Gate’s’ screening at The Shelley Theatre in Bournemouth as Director, DoP, writer, producer, composer and editor Mark Jenkins sat down with his camera lighting man Colin Holt and host Shaun Kimber to discuss how he made his award winning feature BAIT.

They talk the shot the film on 16mm film using 130 roles of film down on the Cornish coast with his mates and minimal budget. How he hand processed the film and re recorded the dialogue to give Bait it’s unique look & sound.

Bait has been nominated for two 2020 BAFTA’s -‘ Outstanding British Film of the Year’ & ‘Outstanding debut by a director or producer’. Bait WON the Breakthrough Producers Award at BIFA 2019

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