Time runs out for Odysseus.
Things get serious by the riverbank.
Trouble brews between host and guest.
The Ithacans and Laestrygonians grow closer.
Odysseus and his men recover after their ordeal.
Odysseus begins to tell the story of how he survived disaster.
Gareth is a Bristol-based sound designer, music producer and all-round audio buff. Never one to shy away from a new challenge, his work has taken him all the way from Bristolian post-production houses to the Hungarian Cultural Center in Berlin. You can follow @GazLuke on Twitter, or find him (as Discotic) at Soundcloud and YouTube.
We've just finished recording Giant Cannibals. After three exhausting days in-studio, I'm delighted to introduce you to our talented and hard-working cast. Expect plenty more to come; in the meantime, you can view their profiles by by following the links. The full list of contributors can also be found in our People section.
Giant Cannibals is a re-telling of The Odyssey's single bloodiest massacre (see for yourself in Book 10, lines 34-164). According to our hero, a race of flesh-eating monsters is responsible for the unprovoked slaughter of Odysseus' men. But what really happened? And why does he explain it so poorly?
Mike came to Dylan with a script idea in 2013. The story turned out to be an interesting one. Mike lives in Bristol, and spends his time on 35mm photography, travel journalism and programming. Giant Cannibals is Mike's first feature-length production. Mike reads his emails and tweets from @MediumThrills.
Dylan graduated from Brighton Film School and and went on to complete an MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University. He has worked on award-winning short and feature films. He also contributes to the entertainment website Squabblebox.co.uk, and you can email him or find him on Twitter too.
By day, Matt writes about video games for money. By night, he writes fiction and vlogs for Bros With Fros. You can buy his first volume of flash fiction on Kindle, and he’s working on a short story collection based upon various myths. Check out his work over at Fuzzy Pixels.
Ella Gamble recently graduated from the East 15 Acting School with a BA in Acting. Since then, she has been involved in a number of productions, and has just finished a run of three new plays at the Hoxton Gallery. Originally from North Yorkshire, she now lives in South London. See here for Ella's Spotlight profile.
Sebastian's distinctive voice conceals an unusual range of interests. A reformed physicist and qualified train driver, he whiles away his spare time taking photographs with old cameras, running half-marathons, playing piano, and restoring classic cars. Giant Cannibals is Sebastian's first voice acting role.
Alan most recently played Arthur Birling in the Saint Paul’s Players production of An Inspector Calls. He's worked extensively in South London, appearing in Frost/Nixon, The Merchant of Venice, Endgame, Oliver!, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens, School for Scandal, Blackbird, Oleanna and All My Sons.
Jennifer is an experienced and versatile actress and voice artist. Her broad palette of accents puts her at ease playing authority figures, prostitutes, eccentrics, wives and mothers. She's appeared in award-winning films, TV, radio, theatre, commercials, animations and music videos. Find out more at Jennifer's website.
Sean is a member and chairman of Southville amateur theatre group SPP Theatre Company, with whom he has directed three plays, and played roles such as Stoppard's Rosencrantz. He's currently rehearsing for the role of Alex in The Little Dog Laughed, showing at the Alma Tavern from 15th July 2014.
A trained actress and singer, Isabelle has worked in the musical theatre, theatre and film industries since 2010. Current projects include a tour of Behind the Blinds for Serrated Edge Theatre, and the feature film Bad Medicine, which is due for release in 2015. For more information, see Isabelle's full résumé.