Here are some cast and crew Q&As
Third and final part of our discussion with Michelle Golder (Producer/Writer) and Amanda Stekly (Scenic Artist). Distressing the village and building the internal sets were a challenge that the team pulled off, but not without some challenges. How did the team manage and what special qualities did Karn’s house posses ? Listen to Part 3 to find out.
Part 2 of a discussion with Michelle Golder (Producer/Writer) and Amanda Stekly (Scenic Artist) where we learn more about what an Associate Producer does, the amount of extras needed for Ren, concerns over set building and the calming influence of Neil Oseman.
Part 1 of a discussion with Michelle Golder (Producer/Writer) and Amanda Stekly (Scenic Artist) where we cover the Edinburgh Festival, Anglia Ruskin university, Film, Theatre, Audio productions and Ren.
Duran likes to get under the skin of characters he’s playing and finding out what makes them tick. He enjoys working on new fight moves for Hunter and the camaraderie on set. He also likes Nerf guns…
Nick is used to playing big, gruff, hairy men but he’s having to dig deeper than ever before to play Ren’s father, Dagron.
From Canada to Caxton via Prague, Richard Zeman has played agents, aliens and now the Kah’Nath Commander.
Richard Roberts is “The Gaffer” and Steady Cam Operator for Ren and in this podcast you’ll find out what that actually means. Also find out what he’s looking forward to seeing on screen and which character he played in Dr Who.
Since our first podcast Chris has been in an episode of Dr Who, spent 17 days on a feature film he’s written himself and will soon be jetting off to Scandanavia.
We find out what it’s like for one of Ren’s youngest actors to be on set and why Nerf guns should perhaps be licensed…
As Director of Photography, Neil Oseman is constantly battling mother nature on the set of Ren to ensure just the right amount of light reaches just the right place. We take advantage of a break in filming to interview Neil about his wish for taller houses and why he can’t stop calling for “more smoke”.