The £15,000 we are asking for will be covering the post-production stage including the colour grading, the sound design and mix, the music composing and the final mix as well as visual effects work (compositing) required for things such as image stabilization, legal elements and to generally clean the picture up if need be. This figure is inclusive of fees, consumables, box-rentals and expenses.
We're following the same line we took with the principal photography in the sense that we know this is a very low amount to cover the above elements but all the various departments have already been negotiated and ready to go.
The beauty of low budget is that we tend to have to work with individuals as opposed to major companies or post-houses who have large overheads. As with the filming, we have some really experienced crew working with us in post-production a lot of whom we've worked with before on previous productions and will be doing the job to a very high standard. They have their own industry standard equipment such as editing and grading suites, sound design spaces and tools, which means we get all the professionalism, knowledge and standards as the big pictures only we get to pay less and have a more personal touch.