Mirror Signal – Dat Won’ Save Me

Last month I had the pleasure of meeting the very talented Steven Barker a.k.a Mirror Signal. Below, you can check out the music video I shot for his bizarre and entrancing song Dat Won’ Save Me. Most of the EP was produced by the extremely talented Anthony West of Oh Wonder, but for this track Steven had…

First Look: The Reverie

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of catching up with Sam Wildman, a very talented director and producer whose previous credits include a number of documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4. You might also recognise his name from the world of short films though, such as the spine chilling Antisocial, which I was lucky enough…

Underwire Film Festival

In November I was lucky enough to attend Underwire; a film festival dedicated to shedding light on the best female talents in contemporary short film. The event was a great success, and you can read my review of the Best Cinematographer award over at Short Sighted Cinema. Chloë Thomson’s work in Jonah (pictured below) bagged the evening’s trophy,…

Golden – Short Film Review

Sometimes short films take on too much: There are too many twists and turns in the narrative; characters undergo radical changes before we even understand where they’re come from; or else, there’s a huge build up with no conclusion, leaving the whole thing feeling a little bit like an extended trailer. Simon Ball’s coming of age…

Pussy People – Short Film Review

Andrew Lang’s Pussy People is a tongue in cheek documentary about the world of cat enthusiasts. The film begins with cat show president Dorothy Woodhouse, flanked by rosettes and cages, explaining her views on cruelty towards cats (she’s resolute that she would ‘deck’ anyone mistreating one of her feline friends). In as much as Pussy People is a documentary…

Brand Spanking New: Greenhorn Short Film Festival

The third Greenhorn Short Film Festival took place from 6th – 7th of October at the New Diorama Theatre, situated just off Regent’s Park in a sparkling marble block plaza. Started by Flora Bradwell and Alix Taylor back in 2011, Greenhorn is dedicated to shedding light on the work of new creative talents. As filmmakers themselves, Bradwell and Taylor understand…

LUC Festival 2013

Eyes and Ears to the Floor: Leamington Underground Cinema Festival – Day Seven

Overview – Day One – Day Two – Day Three – Day Four – Day Five – Day Six – Day Seven Last night saw the final installment of Leamington Underground Cinema’s 2013 festival, with the event breaking away from its pop-up roots by taking place in the Royal Spa Centre’s cinema. The auditorium was full, with some people rounding off a full week of LUC attendance, and others…

LUC Festival 2013

Eyes and Ears to the Floor: Leamington Underground Cinema Festival – Day Six

Overview – Day One – Day Two – Day Three – Day Four – Day Five – Day Six – Day Seven Tonight, Leamington Underground Cinema continued its 2013 festival at the Arts Trail Studios for all things animated. The evening drew a large crowd once again, eager to watch Don Hertzfeldt’s It’s Such a Beautiful Day, a feature length incarnation of his trademark stick-man style of story telling.…

LUC Festival 2013

Eyes and Ears to the Floor: Leamington Underground Cinema Festival – Day Five

Overview – Day One – Day Two – Day Three – Day Four – Day Five – Day Six – Day Seven Day five of Leamington Underground Cinema’s 2013 festival saw a return to the arts and music venue, LAMP, the place where it all began. As with the first night of the festival, this space was close to capacity, meaning that the air was alive with the…