All That Remains will mark the third feature film project to be helmed by Ian and Dominic Higgins. The first being the critically acclaimed, The 13th Day and the second being the equally well received follow up documentary, Finding Fatima.
They also run their own independent film production and special effects company, Pixel Revolution Films (the production company behind All That Remains and also responsible for all of the special effects shots). They also work as freelance illustrators and photographers.
When not making films, or producing ads and illustrations for clients, they can be found testing out new cameras and accessories, or experimenting with ways to push the boat out and break new ground in the ever evolving field of digital film.
It was while researching Finding Fatima that Ian and Dominic came across the story of Dr. Takashi Nagai and intrigued, they began to read up on him.
“It was actually after we read The Bells of Nagasaki, Takashi Nagai‘s own first-hand account of surviving the atomic bombing, and A Song For Nagasaki, by Paul Glynn, that we knew we had found our next project,” explains Ian. “It’s incredible that this story isn’t more widely known.”
“Hopefully, our work, and any success the film may have will re-ignite interest in the story of Dr. Nagai and the incredible volumes of writings that he produced in his final years,“ adds Dominic.
Sharing producing duties with Ian & Dominic are:
Joel Fletcher, associate producer, currently runs Dynomite Productions, a video production company based in Nottinghamshire, in the UK.
He studied film production at Stafford University and it was there that he responded to an ad placed by Ian and Dominic, seeking crew for a short film they were directing. Since then, the three of them have worked together on two short films and two Feature films. All That Remains will be their third feature film collaboration.
His producing credits include Finding Fatima.
Nigel Martin Davey is a West Midlands based film and stage producer whose past projects have attracted many well-known and respected actors from the UK.
He finds himself drawn to projects that deal with humanitarian issues.
His recent stage show, Survive! garnered the support of Dame Judi Dench, Sir Roger Moore and Johnny Depp.