15Apr2016

The African Witchfinder: Film Project Update

We thought we’d give you a quick update on the production of our latest documentary project; The African Witchfinder. It seems like a lifetime ago that we were out in Namibia, but we’re keeping things moving forward slowly but surely! We’re in the process of getting a project website up and running that will be the go to source of information and updates on the film, but for now we thought we’d share just a couple of teaser images of some of the sights we encountered along the road. We’re also updating our banner image on our social channels in keeping with the production.

 

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The open vastness of the Namib Desert, central Namibia

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At 55 million years old, it’s the oldest desert on Earth

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Some of the largest sand dunes in the world are found here. We climbed one.

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We weren’t the only folk to use the roads

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A completely non-threatening massive wild killer lion

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Epupa Falls, separating northern Namibia with southern Angola, just over the water there

Much more to follow, keep an eye out for updates…

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Heehaw is an Edinburgh based production company working across promo, film and animation

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  1. Anne says:

    Wow looks amazing can’t wait to see the film. Glad you got back safely!

  2. Jayne says:

    What an epic project, can’t wait to see more of your behind the scenes making of #TheAfricanWitchfinder

    • Heehaw says:

      Thanks Jayne! We’ll have the website up and running soon, so will have a few more stories to share!

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