The Mourning After – Theatrical Production Advertising
The Mourning After is a story of loss, love and family, written by Ahi Karunaharan and directed by Miria George, produced by Tawata Productions.
After the death of his father, Kiwi-born Shekar travels to his father’s village in the pearl of the Orient, Sri Lanka. On his arrival Shekar discovers that the tsunami has swept away the village and all that remains is a single house and those left behind.
Uncle Somu, known far and wide as a featured extra in the film Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, his nephew Raju with dreams of escaping, Bala constantly digging for lost memories, Aunty Saroja with the black tongue appearing each day to try to infiltrate the house and guarding them all is Kabarakoya, a giant lizard.
As Shekar sifts through the ruins in search of answers, the buried truths of his father’s past are revealed.
For this client I was commissioned to create a graphic from the supplied image that would be used throughout all their advertising collateral and a number of advertising solutions including billboards, posters and postcard flyers.
Photography & Retouching
Editing and manipulation of supplied image to create suitable graphic that could be used across multiple media formats and a wide range of sizes.
Enhancing and editing supplied image
Photomontaging and retouching
Design and production of graphic in various advertising solutions
Posters and billboards in a range of sizes and to spec
Newspaper advertising to spec
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