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Hex Media
« on: August 29, 2013, 10:35:47 AM »





















"CALLING Horror/fantasy fans and fellow artists, FILMMAKERS, ACTORS,WRITERS. We're proud to announce that Hex Media will be handling the production of artistic and story driven horror fantasy films AND operating as a unique boutique distributor of fancy physical products.

While we'll pursue traditional distribution/cable tv markets we've found that the process of developing gorgeous physical objects or super intense digital products to be creatively rewarding.

So our first film is Lord of Tears, produced with partners Dark Dunes Productions. However we have other movies we're working to develop and through our facebook page at Hex Media, we hope to advertise opportunities for creative artists to get involved.

So folks I hope you pop over and like our page - to show your support for this new venture and I look forward to revealing more about future projects and perhaps even work together!"




















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Re: Hex Media
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2013, 08:47:04 AM »
"So after a grand yes vote from all of you towards my plan to make more posts about general development and film news here at Hex, let us begin

Working with Hex Media, I oversee the development of many projects *puffs pipe in the lounge* some of them films we co-produce, others for projects other companies might produce including even the odd piece of music and literature. (Rest assured I don't work to direct or create every piece of art we do at Hex, just the most depressing of our horror/fantasy films muhahaha)

At the moment we're working hard on getting Lord of Tears out there, along with a number of film projects for 2014 and 2015! These immediate films such as 'The Unkindness of Ravens' are projects you will be hearing a lot more about very soon and take priority.

However every indie director/producer also has a few longer term / ambitious projects up their sleeves. These are often developed for larger co-productions or are even produced/pitched for other companies. (think... Lionsgate etc.)

It's one of these scripts called 'The Deserus Toll' that I'm just polishing up tonight  A Lovecraft inspired tale that consists of an ancient bell that summons a Kraken... and a legion of sea monsters of all varieties along with with a healthy dose of ancient Occultism set as humanity faces an apocalyptic threat to it's survival!

I love monster films, but love to make them scary and intense. (a bit like what Ridley did for the little green men with the original Alien.

So that's a possible project for the (further away future) but one whose script is now just about complete! Why? Because you send these away for consideration by 'development executives' in fancy companies and it all takes quite a while anyway! 

If developing lots of films simultaneously sounds a bit like juggling - well it is! However it's also a vital opportunity for respite that gives you a chance to take the odd day or two away from one project so you can return to it re-energised!

In the meantime for a film already completed - check out Lord of Tears, (co-produced with our dear friends at Dark Dunes Productions) check out www.lordoftears.com

Now for a wee concept picture or two for Deserus Toll"

Lawrie Brewster