The Road to Nowhere: On the trail of a lost Scottish Road Movie

It’s great to see film critic and writer Colin McArthur is included at this year’s EIFF. I can only imagine that Forsyth Hardy is probably turning in his grave at …

It’s what I do

I have been spending a lot of time over the first part of this year in Denmark getting to know the scene, talking to some great folk in the Production community and am …

Reading List

Here’s a  snap shot of what I intend to be reading in analogue form over the next few months, excluding blogs, twitters, newspapers and technical manuals – ohh yeah and I …

Some thoughts on Film-making and the Art of Goal-keeping

When I was a kid growing up on a Council Housing Estate in a military town, in the south of England there were 2 things that I’d only ever dream of becoming …

Probably the best Mayday I’ve ever had and probably will ever have.

With the 1st of May fast approaching, here’s the Mayday sequence from Scottish BAFTA nominated feature: KURDI. Filmed in the mountains of Kurdistan Region of Northern Iraq, it was hard to believe that a war was happening just a matter of 30 klms away from us, which we were soon to discover for ourselves. KURDI, which also filmed back home in Scotland as well as in the Lebanon, can be watched on demand at Indieflix or alternatively purchased as a limited edition DvD which includes the original sound-score by Tara Jaff.

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Mayday in the Mountains of Kurdistan

The Town of the Shouting Men

It’s not everyday that the Medway losers winner anything
So today has been a little bit special.
Watch-out for the forthcoming project:
#A TOWN OF SHOUTING MEN!
More soon….

Here in Copenhagen lunch is not just for Whimps!

One of the things I’m fast discovering here in Copenhagen is that lunch is not just for whimps! – thanks mainly to Documentary Guru/Consultant and good friend Tue Steen Müller who took …

Pop-Up Jazz Doc shot with a Pop-Up Camera

A short pop-up documentary featuring Dane TS Hawk and his Cop Jazz Festsemble in the 2012 Copenhagen Jazz festival.

In keeping with the pop-up and interventionist spirit of the event, I filmed it entirely on a Go-Pro Hero 2 over the course of 2 days last summer out on the streets of Copenhagen. Additional images of Copenhagen were filmed on the day the world was suppose to end according to the Mayan’s on 21/12/12

The CD Hear We Go  (on Barefoot Records) launches tonight 9/4/13  in Copenhagen

 

Pop Up Jazz with a Pop Up Camera

A far more interesting Aubrey

Here’s the link to the latest single from D Aubrey Junior (‘Danny Boy!’ )
BREATHE
Will aim to set about cutting some suitable surf imagery to it in due course!