After completing the first draft of the script in April 2014 (left), Reality Shift Productions continued development of the feature length project. This lead to redrafting and revising the screenplay, eventually leaving the fifth draft as the final version.
Auditions were held in the Summer of 2014 in London, and applicants were called back in various groups (top right) until we reached our final three for Frank, Jeff and Richie (bottom right).
"Deny Everything" entered production in mid-September 2014, with principal photography lasting for 17 days.
Many locations were used in the making of this indie feature, ranging from a Chinese restaurant to a lighting warehouse, and even an independently run tool shop, all in the Greater London/East London area.
Camera Assistant Nick Papadopoulos with the car mounted camera setup, towards the end of the shoot.
Writer/Director Michael Eden preparing to watch an upcoming take featuring Spencer Burrows.
Dominic Leeder (Jeff) and Patrick Knowles (Frank) talk through a scene with Writer/Director Michael Eden.
Shooting of an exterior scene featuring Patrick Knowles and Dominic Leeder.
Once principal photography was completed, "Deny Everything" went straight into Post-Production.
Primarily edited by Reality Shift Productions, the film also features the work of creative post-production company Film Shed for the final stages, such as colour grading and the final DCP creation.