05th March, 2020
“The Uncertain Kingdom is a collection of twenty short films, from twenty visionary filmmakers, offering a unique portrait of our nation today.”
The Uncertain Kingdom project is a series of twenty short films portraying life in modern day Britain. Produced and founded by producer/director John Jencks, this innovative new project expands on the personal outlook of the UK’s brightest creatives, representing themes such as: climate change, migration, disability, and homelessness. All of us here at OnSight are proud to have provided post-production on two shorts in this exciting project showcasing raw British talent.
With prominent creators such as Ray Panthaki and Hope Dickson Leach as well as new rising artists, participating and providing their brilliance, this project showcases many different viewpoints and backgrounds which can resonate with the audience, creating a shared experience among many.
All of us here at OnSight are pleased to have worked on two of these creative projects, Ernie and Sucka Punch, being post-produced by Callina Pearson and Jess Netley Verrinder. Online editing by Adam Sample and Max Laurie, audio mix by Andy Coles and colour grade on Ernie provided by senior colourist Andy Lee. We are excited to announce that the series will be coming to cinemas and local communities nationwide in April 2020.