If #Brexit does damage the UK Film industry, what do we really lose?
Normally at this time of year I trawl my blog and regurgitate anything that still comes across as smart. This year though I’ve written little worth repeating. I have a good excuse though…
Anyone who doesn’t think very hard refers to cinema as a visual medium. This is not true and has never been, even silent movies had a piano accompaniment. Cinema fills your ears as much as your eyes yet sound is often a second thought, the thing you turn your attention to only after picture lock. Brighton based bastion of cinema training and development, Lighthouse, are seeking to address this with a two day event focussing on sound as part of…
Friday 18th Picture House Central gives another screening to Steve Oram’s sublime new film “AAAAAAAAH!” I urge you with all my soul to go and see it.
Reaching Paris on our festival run my thoughts naturally turn towards sex.
I’ve been a member of Shooting People since the year 2000 and no other organisation better expresses the passion that drives me to make films. I would love to share my film with you all in the cinema on the 31st August.
This is what it feels like to premiere your film at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal.
Some recommendations for films you haven’t yet missed at the East End Film Festival.
I am blown away with my admiration Rob Brown and his lean and compelling debut feature film Sixteen.
As the sun sets on SXSW 2015 – we look back at some of the highlights. Here’s some more from Chris and Ben’s time in the deep south, their screening of Nina Forever and when they met the ruler of the roost…