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Parade’s End

We are proud to announce our RTS award winning and Bafta nominated film titles. Designed to support the central concept of the film, the mirrors are a metaphor for the complex relationship at the center of the series. They also depict the structure of the narrative – which is described from multiple points of view, where scenes from the past are seen reflected and refracted by memory.
The screenplay is by Sir Tom Stoppard, the Director is Susanna White and it stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Rebecca Hall.

We are proud to announce our RTS award winning and Bafta nominated film titles. Designed to support the central concept of the film, the mirrors are a metaphor for the complex relationship at the center of the series. They also depict the structure of the narrative – which is described from multiple points of view, where scenes from the past are seen reflected and refracted by memory.
The screenplay is by Sir Tom Stoppard, the Director is Susanna White and it stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Rebecca Hall.

Making Of

Tom Stoppard’s screenplay referred to the use of Vorticist-inspired imagery. One famous Vorticist artist Alvin Langdon Coburn used mirrors in photography to create abstracted and fractured images. Our early experiments used three mirrors arranged around the lens of the camera like a kaleidoscope. When combined with a moving light the images were beautiful and simple. The director Susanna wanted to portray the period as unexpectedly modern as the era marked the end of the old world and the beginning of our modern era. The font we chose is Futura which was designed in the 1920′s which is contemporary with Ford Madox Ford’s books.

Tom Stoppard’s screenplay referred to the use of Vorticist-inspired imagery. One famous Vorticist artist Alvin Langdon Coburn used mirrors in photography to create abstracted and fractured images. Our early experiments used three mirrors arranged around the lens of the camera like a kaleidoscope. When combined with a moving light the images were beautiful and simple. The director Susanna wanted to portray the period as unexpectedly modern as the era marked the end of the old world and the beginning of our modern era. The font we chose is Futura which was designed in the 1920′s which is contemporary with Ford Madox Ford’s books.

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