Why? Because it’s finished. It’s over. The footage has been graded. The sound has been mixed. The changes have been changed and the tweaks tweaked.
We’re finally ready to go.
Best news of all? It looks great! So now we’re on the hunt for film festivals, scratching through our contacts in broadcasting -generally embarking on a mission to get it seen.
Many thanks to everyone who has supported us (patiently) over the years. After Tomorrow started in Jordan, was built in London and finally finished in Johannesburg. Now it’s time to be shown to the world.
So wish us luck as we enter the final phase of this long journey. We look forward to bringing you good news soon.
And we will be sharing the film with all our crowdfunders as soon as we have submitted to all the festivals.
Touf and Carl
“After Tomorrow” & Carl Gough have moved to Johannesburg, South Africa.
The editing is now officially done.
The grading and the sound design will be done by two very talented guys in Joburg.
It’ll be finished soon, promise!
It’s been a long journey, but with the patience of camel herders, the persistence of trinket sales-people and the financial help of some incredibly generous people, the end is finally nigh.
We’re literally 3 steps away from completion:
1) Trim 1:30 off the edit
2) Grade the footage (make it look pretty)
3) Mix the audio
After that, we’ll be good to go. So thank you for sticking with us… It’ll be worth the wait, we promise!
Just wanted to update you on our latest fund-raising venture. We’ve started a crowdfunding page on Aflamnah.com, and things are progressing rather nicely.
Please have a look here:
Feel free to contribute and share to your heart’s content!
Thanks for the support,
Carl and Touf
Oasis magazine published one of our articles “The Modern Bedouin”.
It looks great, get your July copy and check it out!
…when you’re archiving 55 hours of footage!
Apologies for the long break since our last post. We’ve both been sucked into the London rat race, and have been reduced to working on our archiving after work and on weekends.
The good news is we’re finished! (Well, almost: we just have 1.5 hours of footage to go). Next step will be to edit a 20-minute piece that we can send to funding agencies in order to pay for a proper editor. We’ll upload some edited bits in the next month or two so you can see how the story is taking shape.
In the meantime, here’s a pic of us hard at work, with little Bilal contributing to the creative process too (we’ll take all the help we can get!)
On Saturday, March 19, we opened our exhibition with a full-moon party in Herne Hill. Thanks to all those who endured the tube cancellations to attend and help us make the party a success – we appreciate your support mightily! And special thanks to Alice Bailey who let us use her awesome exhibition space, Le Garage.
If you couldn’t make it and would still like to purchase a photo or two to help us raise funds for the documentary, there are still some limited-edition prints for sale. If you live outside of England, don’t fret – we ship worldwide.
Large format – £150 (Framed)
Small format – £90 (Framed)
Check the link below for the available selection (as they are limited editions – 1/5 – please email to let us know which ones you are interested in and we will check the availability).
Click this link to see the photographs for sale.
The exhibition continues until Saturday April 2nd, so if you can make it down to Herne Hill, please do.