We joined David Armstrong, Director of the Watchmaker’s Apprentice in his Isle of Man studio, DAM Productions, to speak about this beautiful film, where the idea came from and some insights into the production process.
The film was made on the Isle of Man by a tenacious group of talented professionals who are either IOM based or with strong links to the Island. A credits list can be found further down the page.
‘A compelling new film about two of the world’s greatest watchmakers – their extraordinary craft, their touching relationship and their unique personalities…’
The interview is part of our first episode of Film Focus, you can listen to the whole show via the link below. The episode also includes reviews of feature films, the latest film news, what happened when we met with Zach Gilligan (The Gremlins), exciting trivia as well as our discussion on what makes a Christmas nostalgia film.
The film was created by the very talented bunch below:
Producers: Alistair Audsely , Zoe Guilford , David Armstrong and Christy Dehaven
Writers: Alistair Audsley, Christy DeHaven, Zoe Guilford and Roy McMillan ,
Director: David Armstrong
Editor: Christy DeHaven
Cinematography: David Armstrong
Music and Sound: David Armstrong
Beautiful Narration by: John Rhys-Davies.
Animations from: Gary Myers and Andrew Martin
When we joined Director David Armstrong and Roger Smith at the Saachi Gallery screening of the Watchmaker’s Apprentice
If you like the look of the trailer, you can get your own very special copy by clicking on the amazon logo below:
Happy Movie Going!!