CINEMA MUSEUM: I was at the unusual but historic Cinema Museum for a screening of my experimental melodrama When The Earth Fell Down – a short film about an environmental disaster. An awe-inspiring venue. Twenty experimental films from all over the world. Organised by Exploding Cinema.
And check out our snazzy promo poster (below left) which wouldn’t look out of the place amongst the collector’s items on show.
(Below) A Youtube clip of me at the Cinema Museum to see my short film screened.
What’s Hot London’s ‘Hot Shorts Film Festival 2016. Well done to all selected film-makers! In my role as festival organiser it was cool to see a packed venue and offer an entertaining and diverse selection of films. The screening and awards evening was a great night all round. Both UK and international short-filmmakers attended our film festival at The Roxy on Saturday October 8th. A red carpet event! Click link for article in What’s Hot London Magazine about the winners and runner-ups. http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/hot-shorts-film-festival-london-2016/
FILM REVIEW: The Conclave in Haggerston is the only film festival in London running every week. Monday night at The Proud Archivist situated alongside the scenic Regent’s canal. Click here for my review. http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/londons-only-weekly-film-festival-the-conclave/