WINTER HAS COME..
Skulking around coffee shops writing a feature film is so much more rewarding in the winter, the sun isn’t there to tease me outside by saying “come out to play!” so I get more done and the feature is progressing nicely.
I find keeping busy keeps the SAD away this time of year; so as well as the feature I’m just about to release a short on a street artist, putting a sci-fi short into pre-production, taking photography jobs and THE REST of my everyday living is making this the nicest winter season in a while.
So it’s working, but making films can be a slow process so here’s a picture or two to prove I’m not really just holed up buried under an avalanche of cats and blankets clinging to a TV remote like monkey with his last banana.. (honest).
Last week Celebration Crackers released the viral video I recently shot for them. A Kooky ad in the style of a 1940’s infomercial featuring a disobedient assistant. Meet Jane, she’s a rather silly girl!
A sci-fi- zen time travel feature film called Drop Switch I’m currently penning, along with a new short film involving an awful lot of light bulbs.. a street art piece on an amazing artist and more stories! This Autumn’s going to be a giant ball of unstoppable creative fury.. just sayin.
(UK Production) If you’re interested head on over to Casting Call Pro to apply, hears what we’re looking for:
Staring role: Kline, rugged, medium to thin build, fit, average to above average height, lots of voice over, American accents welcome. Kline is an ex-amensia patent, found wondering beach.. searches revealed no family, no previous associations, nothing. After building a new life as a private eye, he’s become world weary, jaded and Nihilistic.. but he’s still got a spark, is unusually intelligent and ever driven to find out where he came from.
Lead supporting role: The scientist Hansel, intellectual type, average to thin build, alternative/odd ball looks welcome. Committed and serious there’s little else in the world that matters to him as much as his work.. a formidable mind and while not outwardly geeky he has a typically awkward relationship with the real world you’d expect of a man with deep knowledge of the most exotic sciences.
Wicked day filming Krishna Malla for a new short as he works on an awesome piece of artwork. Continues tomorrow!
I just heard The Last Line has been chosen as one of a select few shorts that will be screened in L.A. in front of industry professionals!
This is going to happen after the HollyShorts film festival that centres around the famous Chinese Theatre in Hollywood which has been home to some great premiers, including Star Wars.
The Last Line, my latest short film has is showing later this year as part of the HollyShorts post-festival screening programme in L.A. at the famous Chinese theatre.
Head on over to www.thelastline.reactfilms.co.uk to see more.