October 19, 2011
Many congratulations to our star screenwriter Sue Morris, whose screenplay Second Glance picked up the Silver Prize in the Drama category of the 2011 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards. [Read more]
August 26, 2011
The Executive Bully, Daz, reveals all (or nothing?), regarding our current project, The Drift!
February 22, 2009
I’ve been aware for a while now that although we’ve offered TENCLO as a DVD image download through bittorrent, this has been an .NRG file, which not everyone is able to burn, as it it a Nero specific DVD image. Probably because we were so keen to make the DVD image available, we used the first DVD image ‘creator’ that came to hand, even if this is not the most compatible.
I also had an email from a very helpful chap called Dan Floyd, who offered to host an image of the TENCLO DVD through his website at http://www.kuatengineer.webs.com/ On reflection, and Dan’s prompting, it seems far more preferable to use an .ISO image for the DVD which should be burnable by just about anyone as it is not platform or software specific.
So the DVD is now available to download in a number of ways. Pick the one that best suits your needs. If you are a bittorrent user on Macintosh or Windows, and if you are willing to help seed the DVD image, then please use one of our bittorrent links: either the TENCLO DVD IMAGE (.NRG) or the TENCLO DVD IMAGE (.ISO). Alternatively, if your upstream bandwidth is limited or capped and you’d rather go for a straight download of a TENCLO DVD .ISO, then please head on over to Dan’s site at http://www.kuatengineer.webs.com/
Not only does Dan offer TENCLO for download as a DVD image, but you can also get a DVD image of TESBY from his site too. I’d like to express our sincere gratitude to Dan for the use of his bandwidth and publicity, and, of course, for his efforts in promoting and preserving many other great Star Wars Fanfilms.
I’d also like to point out that as the ISO torrent is fairly new, there are quite a lot of seeders at the moment, so now is the time to take the plunge and download it – keep the swarm going!
Photography by Cati Kaoe via Flickr.
October 26, 2008
The full TENCLO movie, in all its glorious completeness. Enjoy!
September 29, 2008
As with all big movies, it is normal practice to bring the cast and crew together again to shoot extra scenes or re-shoot things that did not come out as planned during principal photography. Well TENCLO is no different and in November 2005, the team returned to Lincoln for a weekend of filming and sound work. [Read more]
September 28, 2008
The main filming, or ‘principal photography’ for The Emperor’s New Clones took place over a gruelling 16 day period, with activity on set from 7am until midnight every day. [Read more]
September 28, 2008
Many (but not all) of the TENCLO sets were built over the period from May to August 2005. Some had to be made in modular form, ready for quick assembly when other sets were struck. We were short of space, especially considering the number of sets we planned to use! These frantic bursts of activity, mainly at weekends, were not just used for building sets… many costumes and props also had to be made. [Read more]
August 28, 2008
A number of specially selected TENCLO photos and images mainly from throughout the production from early pre-production to the premiere. More to follow….
This is mainly a test of the NG Gallery wordpress plugin, comments on functionality / problems appreciated.
July 5, 2008
To everyone involved with TENCLO; your hard work is now in the hands of the producer of the REAL Star Wars movies. Second only to George Lucas himself, it doesn’t get any better than this!!!!!
Here’s what happened, in our Director / Producer Darren Scales’s words…
I was at the Star Wars “Celebration Europe” convention this weekend; and queued to see Rick McCallum.
So I was sitting down watching Rick at his guest appearance and plucked up the courage to ask him a question. “What happens to fanfilms that are sent to LucasFilm?”
He said, “You know that final scene in Raiders with the warehouse where the Ark is locked away never to be seen again….!” After the audience laughed, he went on to say “But hey, if you have a copy with you…” “As a matter of fact I do!” I hastily replied. “Well bring it up” gestured Rick.
So I ran down to the stage, shook his hand and gave him a copy of TENCLO. I can’t remember everything we said (I was so shocked), except for his parting remark… “I will watch it!” WOW!!!!
January 12, 2008
We had a fun time when the Japanese correspondent (Ken Isaji from Nippon TV London) came to interview us, and visited the set at RAF Waddington. We don’t have a translation yet…