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..
See the pictures below…
A selection of my short films are screening in whirlygigcinema’s short filmmaker Spotlight at the Transgallan Newington Green Tues 9.10.12. I am planning to show The Garden, On the Upside and Crow Feathers, and I also have to give a bit of a chat about their production! For more information visit: whirlygigcinema.com or the spotlights page
I had ‘On The Upside’ up on the Dailymotion site for a while and it featured on their motionmaker page when it was first uploaded and got nearly 10k of hits, but it flatlined since then and so now I have decided to take it down. Now it is only available to watch on vimeo. I hope one day vimeo or some other blog might actually feature it so that it gets some hits there too!
September 25th 2011. On the Upside screened at Speech Motion – a regular poetry, film and performance evening in Stoke Newington hosted by BBC Edinburgh Fringe Poetry Slam Champion Catherine Brogan. I got to do some impromptu cartooning too in Sketch the Rhyme, a rapping and live drawing scenario a bit like a projected version of Pictionary ?! Here is the line up from the evening…
On the Upside is screening at the Heart of Gold festival, Gympie, Australia. In the edgy sounding comedy and a cup of tea selection! March 25th to 29th 2009. Our first screening in the land of Oz!
Guardian Guide Nov 15th 2008: “With over 1,000 entries, Encounters is easily the UK’s largest international short film festival, and the calibre of entries is undeniably superior. Of the 300 short films screened,…spot new film-making and animation talent among the treats – such as Peter Bunzl’s On The Upside, pictured.”
On March 25th 2008 On the Upside won an Accolade Award in The Accolade Competition, which honours outstanding achievements in film, television and videography. The film received An Award of Excellence in the Short Film Category and and Honourable mention for overall post-production.