Search Results for: Etiquette

A whole lot of Etiquette!

Just a quick message to say thank-you to everyone who supported us with Etiquette. As you can see the DVDs are now back and ready to be distributed. Where humanly possible I will pass these over in person and say … Continue reading

Etiquette screening (27th April)

Etiquette is the code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group (thanks Wikipedia). It is also our latest short film. So if you see only one film … Continue reading

Etiquette

As a creative type I should get in to a routine of updating this blog in a frequent manner. The reason for not doing so is part because I need to inspiration to write and part because I like to … Continue reading

The A-Team

In due course I’ll post my experiences about filming Emmi. Before I do that however, I would like to thank the amazing team who helped make it all happen: Adam Radley: Thanks for your friendship over the past 20+ years … Continue reading

Year Review 2013

This is the part where I sign off for the current year and write a review for 2013 – in a similar vein to my previous review from 2012. Well it’s been a busy year one way or another – … Continue reading

Letting go

Of late, I’ve had a nagging feeling of being stuck in a rut both in my day job and film-making. I have already taken a few proactive mini-steps with regards to the day job and they have highlighted what a … Continue reading

2012 Year Review

Just had a look back at my list of things to achieve for 2012. How did it go? 1. Finish editing Etiquette. We made the 10th February deadline and the film played at BAFTA in February. This was a fantastic … Continue reading

Being at one

It’s been one year to the day since I started this blog. Here is the part where I personally thank everyone who has been reading it for the past year. I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as … Continue reading

Phoning it in

Except for the poor old sound-recordist, we all know that one of the most (if not the most) invaluable tools for people working on a film set is the mobile phone. More recently phones have changed the way film-makers work. … Continue reading

Track record

Last week I recorded a director’s commentary track for the Etiquette DVD. I really enjoyed doing the one for my first film Gardening and other crimes. Commentary tracks are interesting and seem to polarize people. I suspect unless you are … Continue reading