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!
My short film Fred’s Shed is screening in the
London Independent Film Festival on 16 April at 6pm, at Shortwave Cinema. Tickets are available here (£8 each), venue location is here. And here’s the Facebook event for it!
My short film Fred’s Shed will be screening in the
London Independent Film Festival 2017, which runs from 13 – 25 April – more details to follow!
Given the less-than-stellar
reviews that Assassin’s Creed is getting, it feels like an appropriate time to dust off this old chestnut:
Why video game movies don’t work
It’s Halloween, so what better time to dust off this (very) short horror I directed? Prepare yourself for two minutes of terror… Advertisements
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:
They just don’t. Find out why
Interviewing Nick Frost for The World’s End. I didn’t pick the headline.
Stuff meets Nick Frost, star of The World’s End: “I’m an Apple slag”
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