While writing the screenplay for Dead Unicorns I edited the feature film Woodfalls, a drama about travellers integrating into a local community. The film was broadcast on British television in August 2015. It features two complex editing set-pieces, that I spent a long time crafting – they can be seen below. Keep up to date […]Read more "Editing Woodfalls"
Between shooting my two major feature film productions I set about expanding my knowledge of cameras and editing. I travelled to Paris, Venice, London and Stratford recording my time and creating unique edits of my experiences there. Keep up to date with my latest feature film Dead Unicorns here: http://www.deadunicorns.uk/ https://twitter.com/DeadUnicorns_Read more "Shooting Europe"
In 2011 Luxurious Dread released my first feature film Wilby Park. It was a mystery thriller with a predominantly female cast. It portrayed the story of Monica Hamlyn (Claire Conroy) as she came face to face with a dark traumatic experience and attempted to overcome it on her own terms. I’d spent a great deal […]Read more "Ian Fielding: Wilby Park Retrospective"
Film director Ken Russell, who was Oscar-nominated for his 1969 film Women In Love, has died at the age of 84. A true firebrand, maverick, and iconoclast, Ken Russell eventually became marginalised by the cinematic establishment that brought him to prominence, but undiminished he continued to make film work on his own terms outside of the industry mainstream. Born in […]Read more "RIP Ken Russell.. The Old Devil"
Bringing the créme de la créme of French-language cinema to our shores once again the French Film Festival is running from the 9th of November to the 6th of December in leading cinemas around the country Films being presented include The Well Digger’s Daughter with special guest Caché actor Daniel Auteuil introducing the UK premiere at the […]Read more "19th French Film Festival comes to UK"
Time Out, publishers of the weekly listings magazine and producers of the annual Time Out Film Guide have released a list of The 100 best British films Like The BFI 100,the Time Out countdown was complied by soliciting the opinions of a distinguished panel of cinematic acolytes, including film directors Richard Ayoade, Alfonso Cuarón and Wes Anderson as well as […]Read more "Time Out 100 Best British Films: The Full List"