Sunday, 17 April 2011

Welcome To The World Of Warrioress

Welcome one and all to the blog following the trials and tribulations of the production of Warrioress. The film is a martial arts fantasy feature in the vein of Red Sonja and Xena: Warrior Princess, and we will endeavour to regularly update the blog with information, pictures and videos. 

Cecily Fay as Boudiccu in Warrioress

Please check out the official website here.

We are also on Twitter here.

And Faceboook here.

Last but not least the imdb page for the film is here.

That's the last of the links for now, hope you can bear with me as this is my first ever blog.and I'll attempt to keep things interesting. My good friend, the excellent writer Chris Regan, whose excellent blog is here could probably tell you how long/often I have agonized over even just coming up with the title for my own blog, but now that the decision has been made to focus on Warrioress, that's no longer an issue.

As a bit of background, Warrioress is my third feature as a director (my previous two films being Left For Dead and Ten Dead Men), and I've been working closely with the multi-talented and generally all-round awesome Cecily Fay, who amongst other things is the producer, star, fight choreographer, costume designer and music composer for the film. Cecily has devoted an enormous amount of time and energy to the film, which is currently in post production.

Warrioress is being sold internationally and distributed in the UK by Stealth Media Group. Here is the current teaser trailer:

We are currently editing the new trailer which will be ready for Cannes 2011 and I'll post a link to it as soon as it is ready. We are also creating some artwork for the film.

Cecily and I have worked with some amazing people in the process of making the film, some old compadres, some new friends, and we will spotlight some of their experiences along the way. As we've started this blog quite a long way into the the production process, we will regularly post current news but will also look back at the past ups and downs of making the film along the way.

Anyway, that's enough for now. I wish I could think of a cool way to sign off, but for now I'll just say "skip to the end".

Cheers and have a good week.

Ross Boyask
Director, Warrioress