575 Wandsworth Road is a 30-second short film I’ve enjoyed making for the National Trust. The house of the film’s title is a notable piece of interior design, recently renovated and just reopened by the National Trust as it’s one of the most extraordinary ornate fretworked interiors in Britain. The film can be seen under Additional Material. Articles about the spot have featured on Televisual, Creative Review, Digital Arts and Director’s Notes this month and will be under Interviews shortly.
Late Noon Sun is the 4-screen film I made for the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London with live performance. It’s just had another screening in a beautiful setting. Thanks to MIST. Also excited to see Manhattan 4.33pm hitting 250k views on Vimeo.
A lovely time’s been had creating the publicity image for London’s Barbican Centre and Theatre Rites new 2013 show Bank on it. Now enjoying writing the screenplay for my feature film project, Tiny Dots.
Living Portraits is my new Photography project, more to follow…
Stills from my forthcoming 30-second piece for The National Trust to be released in March 2013.
Delighted that Manhattan 4.33pm has been invited to take part in ArtFutura 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art (Rio), which runs from the 25th to the 28th of October - and touring at other major cultural institutes through November and December.
I’ve been very much enjoying writing and creating visual ideas for my latest film project with the working title Tiny Dots a mixed media feature film project, whilst Manhattan 4.33pm continues its tour on the internet. This month it’s on Wired – Bruce Sterling’s Beyond the Beyond.
If you are in the beautiful city of Berlin or in Seoul, South Korea from the 22nd September to the 4th October, keep an eye out for my Daydreams. One of twenty-five films selected to play on Berlin’s Subway and Seoul’s Metro trains as part of this year’s Going Underground competition.
It’s an exciting month, and a pleasure talking to The Atlantic Magazine about my work and dayreams. You can read the article under interviews.
Manhattan 4.33pm has been nominated in the Animation Award category in Rushes Soho Shorts Festival 2011 which takes place in London from the 21st- 28th July.
This month has seen Manhattan 4.33pm flying with Boing Boing TV on Virgin American Airlines. It has also been selected as one of the winning films to be screened in over 200 cities worldwide with Art By Chance. With thanks to the selection jury, which included Walt Disney Producer Don Hahn, Executive Producer of Arte France Cinema Michel Reilac and Founder and Director of the British Independent Film Awards, Johanna Von Fischer and film journalist Nick Roddick.
It’s been a busy month for Manhattan 4.33pm. The film was selected for Vimeo Staff Picks and Vimeo of the Week on the sundancechannel.com and appeared on The Huffington Post and The Village Voice in New York and Film News Briefs, March Filmmakers to Watch series, amongst other lovely places. A big thank you to Vimeo for triggering such a huge number of world-wide views and interest in the film.
Daydreams has been invited to play at this years Britspotting programme in Berlin and will be playing at the London Short Film Festival this month. It will also be touring France in March with CineRail and Germany with Short Attacks, Interfilm Berlin.
Excited to be working with the National Trust on a beautiful site specific project based at the Khadambi Asalache house. Part of a 2012 Cultural Olympiad project.
I discuss how I use digital photography in my films with journalist Giles Turnbull for PCN. You can read the full article under the Interview menu above.
The third short film in my Daydreams series, Manhattan 4.33pm has just completed, and has been selected as a finalist in Raindance’s Welcome to the Extraordinary competition. It will also be premiering on the big screen at the 18th Raindance Film Festival, which runs from the 29th September – 10th October 2010 in Central London. Then it’s off to the 26th International Short Film Festival Berlin in November.
You can view it on the small screen under the Direction menu above.
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