Although we know it’s been a while since we last posted, we are absolutely overjoyed here at Wet Toe HQ to announce that our new short film, Toast, starring none other than ‘This Country’s’ Paul Cooper, is finally at the end of post production. Here’s an exciting first look of the trailer – release date TBC soon! It also features exciting new music from none other than the wonderfully quintessential Professor Elemental, and we can’t wait to share it with you.
Happy new year! With a new year comes a new project from us and our first podcast, Camp Fire chat with hosts, Oliver Rogers who is joined by his co-host and (star of some of his films) the one and only Dave Delmage! Join the boys for some crazy stories and fresh takes on life, as well as some weekly mystery fish! New episodes every friday.
You can get the show on Achor, Spotify, Baker, Radio Public, Google Podcasts and Pocket Casts so far! So take your pick, sit down, pour a drink and let the boys put a smile on your face!
Oliver had a lovely conversation with Mark Attwood today about the secret space program, his experiences with UFO and influence they had on The Black Spot. Tune in and enjoy!
Don’t forget to vote for The Black Spot in this years London lift off!
Hi all you lovely people! Even though the current pandemic has changed a lot for us all, we’ve somehow managed to find a way to keep on doing what we do best- having weird and wonderful ideas and bringing them to life. With winter on its way, we’ve sat down, gotten toasty and put our noggins to work.
We are working on something equally brilliant and exciting for all of us at Wet Toe Productions and can’t wait to share it with you.
Keep a look out for upcoming news on this top secret project that features Britain’s most prolific peeper, we’re sure his ears will be burning!
We are thrilled to share a recent interview that a few members of the Black Spot Team did with Every Thing on the Table.
Join lead villain Eden McDougell, Producer and Editor Doug Kirby and Writer/Director Oliver Rogers as they discuss how they are coping in the world today and how they came to be in the film. As a bonus, they also share some insights into the making of The Black Spot! See you there!
Good news everyone!
We are absolutely delighted to announce that The Black Spot has been officially selected for this years London Lift off film festival! A big congrats and thank you to each and every person that helped to make The Black Spot happen. We hope you all enjoy watching it at the festival and look forward to hearing your response!
Please consider us for audience choice if you do get the chance to attend, we’d love to keep bringing out independent films – it’s our passion.
The current list of Black Spot screenings are as follows:
Today is the release of the the latest interview with Director Oliver Rogers about the up and coming release of The Black Spot this December on Troma Now! Be sure to check out this two part interview for some more insights on the film’s production and some of Oliver’s thoughts and experience of working in the film industry!
Here is the first exclusive clip from The Black Spot Movie! In this scene Commander Jane Baldwin (Thea Balich) has to give some difficult news to her mysterious overlord, I.O.T.F High Commander Kaufman (Lloyd Kaufman). The film will be streaming on Troma Now on the 13th of December so be sure to tune in!
Excellent news for New York Fans! The first public screening of the Black Spot ever will be held at The Film Noir Cinema on December 18th at 8:30 pm EST. Tickets are now on sale and all proceeds are going to support this amazing independent cinema in its time of need! Find ticket sales here.
The Film Noir Cinema have also set up a Go Fund Me Page – due to these unprecedented times it has been a real struggle for not only mainstream cinemas, but most importantly, independent cinemas to stay alive. Donations can be given via the Go fund me page which can be found here.
It’s safe to say that ‘The Black Spot’ movie has been a labour of love for all people involved, cast and crew. Director, Oliver Rogers was recently invited to be on a podcast ‘My Kind of Movie’ by Alex Secker. Alex’s podcast features a different person being interviewed every episode to discuss 3 movies of personal significance to them. On this episode, Oliver was invited to talk about 3 of his favourite movies, and gave some insights into how they influenced him and how he came to write and direct ‘The Black Spot’. The link below can be used to play the episode, or alternatively follow the ‘My Kind of Movie’ Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Google cast. Don’t forget to subscribe to keep up to date with Alex + his latest guests!