LipSync Post will see four of its post-production projects premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival this year, building on the success of two film projects featured at the festival in 2015. LipSync Post provided full post-production and equity investment services for The Limehouse Golem, City of Tiny Lights, The Journey and Trespass Against Us.
Trespass Against Us, produced by Potboiler Productions, Film4, Albert Granville and in association with DMC Film, and stars Michael Fassbender, follows one man trying to escape the criminality of his family.
The Journey, a drama directed by Nick Hamm, documents an unlikely friendship between the Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley and the Sinn Fein politician Martin McGuiness. Starring Freddie Highmore and John Hurt alongside Timothy Spall, and produced by IM Global, Tempo Productions Ltd and Greenroom Entertainment, the film will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
Horror thriller The Limehouse Golem will also be showcased at the festival, for which LipSync Post provided full post-production services from Lisa Jordan and Keshia Agyei. Based on a novel by Peter Ackroyd that follows a series of murders in a community from the mythical creature Golem, the feature is produced by Stephen Woolley, directed by Juan Carlos Medina, and stars Olivia Cooke, Bill Nighy and Douglas Booth.
City of Tiny Lights is a crime thriller directed by Pete Travis that will also be showcased at the festival. LipSync Post completed full post services including sound, grade, online, titles and VFX. The film follows a deadbeat private eye who stumbles upon a case that leads him to revisit his past unveiling shocking secrets.
Last years’ festival featured London Road and Kajaki for which LipSync Post provided post-production and equity investment services.