Updated: June 2013
Hello everyone, don’t worry Death of a Gentleman is still very much rolling onwards. We’ve been busy since the last update, editing, visiting Dubai, and lining up interviews with guys like Chris Gayle. At the moment we’re deep in post-production, trying to get the film finished sometime this summer. We’re really happy with how things are panning out, and the story is getting better all the time.
We’re still looking for investment, so if you would like to see a business plan and hear what terms we can offer please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the meantime spread the word and keep following our twitter @doagfilm for updates.
We hope you enjoy this promotional video for Death of a Gentleman – featuring Andrew Strauss, Kevin Pietersen, Lalit Modi, Giles Clarke, N Srinivasan, Ian Chappell, Rahul Dravid, Andrew Wildblood, Mark Nicholas and Eddie Cowan, and commentary from Jim Maxwell.
This video was made to show to distributors and potential investors as we look to raise money to finish the film. If you are interested in helping us please contact email@example.com
Updated: September 2012
What if two guys made a film about Test cricket? Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins take a snapshot of Test cricket against the Australia/ India series 2011-12, trying to work out if the game they love has a future along the way.
We are currently in post-production, having edited down some 160 hours of footage into a rough cut from which we hope to have something to show people by early 2013.
We hope that Death of a Gentleman will be both a balanced piece of journalism and an entertaining film that adds to the debate on Test cricket’s future, and appeals to cricket fans and non-cricket fans alike. Names we’ve canvassed include Rahul Dravid, Andrew Strauss, Giles Clarke, N Srinivasan, Lalit Modi, Haroon Lorgat, Dave Richardson, Mike Atherton, Mike Brearley, Ian Chappell, Mark Nicholas and Michael Holding. We’ve also been lucky enough to get a genuine insight into the life of a Test cricketer, following Australia’s Ed Cowan through his debut Test series. Think a sporting Enron with added heart.
We’re still looking for funding and investment,so if you’d like to donate or invest please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll give you information on what you’ll get in return.
Here are two further short tastes of what we have done so far from back in January:
Video directed and edited by Johnny Blank
Cinematography: Anthony Koreny
Sound: Francis Kelly
Music: Jacqueline Bender
From an original idea by Sam Collins and Jarrod Kimber