This is a still of my photoshop painting of the house that I created for Crow Feathers. It is made of a collage of old photos.
Storyboard and design panels from an unmade animated short ‘Angels’ that eventually developed into Crow Feathers. In this scene the boy discovers he is growing wings.
This was an unmade animation project that eventually developed into Crow Feathers.
Crow Feathers screens at the Flatpack Festival Birmingham in their Pick and Mix 2 programme, which screens on Saturday 30 March at 5pm, at The Flatpack Palais.
Today, Crow Feathers featured on ECU Film Festival frontpage ….
Crow Feathers had been pre-accepted into the 8th edition of ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival in Paris, 29-30-31 March 2013. The festival’s mantra is to discover, project and promote the best independent filmmaking talent from around the world with approximately 100 independent filmmakers competing for 25 awards in 15 categories.
Crow Feathers screens at Washington DC Independent Film Festival which takes place from March 6th-10th 2013.
Crow Feather is screening in a trio of US festival in March 2013:
Annapolis Short Film Festival, March 21-24, 2013, in Annapolis, Maryland.
Richmond Int film festival, Richmond, VA February 28-March 3rd.
And Washington DC independent film fest, March 2013.
Somebody on Mubi selected Crow Feathers as one of their favourite films of the year. (It wasn’t me in disguise I promise.) Thank you, Ralch, whoever you are!
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.