This morning I did the end titles with a nice man named Simon in the Flame suite at Cinesite (er Flame is a computer system, I think. I know no more). I enjoyed doing the end titles, making sure they didn't obscure our view of the art. Then I nipped into Bloomsbury (Publishers) round the corner and signed 90 copies of Coraline for Scotland. Now I'm back in the Ska offices, about to go and meet some people about putting together a DVD of the film (which has been the most popular request on the FAQ line. I'll post some sample replies -- and may very well send it to a few film festivals, because people keep chiding me for not). Anyway, tomorrow I'm doing the audio for the film, and will also record a DVD commentary and possibly even be interviewed for a DVD.
Meanwhile I'm not sure when I'm going home or even if I'm going straight home or if I'm nipping off to have a Bob Zemeckis meeting before I go home. But I will go home very soon. "ASFAJB" will be in to the BAFTAs in 35mm form on thursday.