Here’s some photos of the Whirlygig Making Tracks event, where Mind Games screened with an all new live score by the Cabinet of Living Cinema. On the left is Katie Steed (the organiser) and next to her three of the talented musicians. On the right are the filmmakers Alex Emslie, Kate Jesop, me, Jaha Browne, Inga Burrows. The photos are also by Helen Nias.
A couple of photos from the Whirlygig Spotlight event I did earlier this month. Talking about my short films – Crow Feathers, On the Upside, and The Garden – and also doing a Q&A with Mikey Please (of the BAFTA wining, and brilliant, Eagle Man Stag) and Rebecca E Marshall (a documentary and experimental film maker who showed the poetic doc Glitter and Storm). The photos are by Helen Nias who also reviewed the event on her blog here..
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Crow Feathers was runner up for the Short Film Award at Screen Stockport. Here’s the lovely medal they sent. The film screened on Sunday 14th October at The Plaza Super Cinema in Mersey Square, Stockport. www.screenstockport.co.uk
Just found out that my short animation Mind Games is screening in a Frankenstein themed film event at Bournemouth Arts, this Saturday (20.10.12.)
In the empty and derelict manor, Mary reads from her novel, Frankenstein, to a hushed audience. A band of steam-punk musicians strike up to accompany her spine-chilling tale. Behind the young writer and her band, images start to flicker to life: an artist’s anatomical drawings of the tale; then, catapulting the audience centuries into the future, marvelous scenes depicting the age of the cyborg, the artificially intelligent, rebellious descendent of Victor Frankenstein’s monster.’
Me with the lovely certificate and medal sent by the people at Screen Stockport. Crow Feathers was runner up in their short film award category.
Crow Feathers screens in THE EDGE selection. Sunday 11th November. 09:55 am!! Screen 2 at The Lighthouse Cinema Newquay.
Crow Feathers to screen with selection of international experimental and non-narrative short films in competition for a £100 cash prize sponsored by Falmouth Art Gallery. Dedicated to the memory of Falmouth Art Gallery curator Brian Stewart. Screening line up:
Crow Feathers won the Creativity award at Forster Film Festival, Australia. It screened on the 28-30 Sept at the festival, and afterwards in the festival tours of the local region. Here’s what the festival said about the award in their email to me: ‘Our Creativity Award honours an artist whose work contains creativity, imagination and originality and makes a significant and unique contribution to independent film. We look forward to seeing more of your work! Please waive entry fee for all future submissions.’