Film blogger, Nuts4R2 has reviewed new hitman feature film, Mutual Admiration Society. “As can be expected with an actor of Devereaux’s calibre, the performance, mostly improvised, is something that is always watchable and interesting”. Read the full review here.
New blogpost up about the making of Mutual Admiration Society. Check it out here.
I would say Hal Hartley is among my top twenty heroes in cinema. As a viewer, his films are just what I want to see; intelligent, witty, insightful, literate, with precise visual compositions and gentle rythms. The comedy is often subversive with subtle irony, and the characters and subject matter often pertains to me. Hartley […]
Post production is now complete. Jay Harris has done an immense job on the soundscape for the film, and delivered some very exciting results. We’re going to have a private screening just to view and iron out any lingering issues and then the picture will be officially locked. It’s been one heck of a journey since […]
The Second Prelude deals with the notion that it may look as though people come into your life by accident, but sometimes there is more to it than a mere co-incidence. In chronological terms, The Second Prelude film actually takes place before the first Prelude film. That’s just the way it worked out. Neither films […]
Delighted that another 1970s Italian style fotobusta, designed by our good friend Nuts4R2, has been added to the Gallery. Check it out here. Subscribe and get email updates about the film’s progress
“it forces the audience to think about what’s going on” Have a listen to the second in our series of podcasts with Jay Harris, about the sound design for Noirish Project. The conversation took place via telephone. Subscribe and get email updates about the film’s progress
We hear the phrase “independent filmmaker”* too much these days, and most times it’s used inaccurately. Independence has got nothing whatsoever to do with the means of production or lack thereof – I’ve known people who’ve self-financed their productions and censor themselves as though they were trying to please the CEO of MacDonalds. Independence has […]
We hear the phrase “independent filmmaker” too much these days, and most times it’s used in-accurately. It’s time to repeat on old mantra. Independence has got nothing whatsoever to do with the means of production or lack thereof. It’s got nothing to with aesthetics or the way the dress or whatever it is you do […]