Very pleased to announce that my short film script Living Memory has been picked as the winner of this month's Sunday Shorts script competition. As you might guess from this month's Halloween theme, it's a horror script! Sunday Shorts is a free monthly film festival with a selection of eight films playing in The Montague Arms, Peckham – more details here.
Fred's Shed will be playing as part of the Wokingham Film Society's inaugural film festival on Thursday May 11th at 7:30pm, at the Whitty Theatre, Luckley House School. It'll be playing before the evening's feature presentation, Race. This is a bit of a homecoming for Fred's Shed, as the film was shot in Wokingham!
[vimeo 15407052 w=640 h=360] It's Halloween, so what better time to dust off this (very) short horror I directed? Prepare yourself for two minutes of terror...
Stuff.tv has updated some of its horror movie lists for Halloween – I've contributed reviews of The Exorcist, Carrie and The Shining to the features below:
Many moons ago, I wrote this little piece about one of my favourite films: The Rocketeer. The 30s-style pulp adventure wasn't quite as successful as it could've been – opening opposite Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Terminator 2 will do that – but I love it all the same. Read about it here: Movie Classics: The Rocketeer