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A few years back I did some journeyman work on Man on Fire, the 2004 Tony Scott re-make of a novel set to shoot in Mexico City and its immense suburbs. The Locations Manager, Janice Polley, a long time Scott collaborator, was my boss for the few weeks I worked there and I have to say […]
Register Today for an Early-Bird Pass and save 20% 24th Raindance Film Festival – 21 September to 2 October 2016, central London Experience the entire Raindance Film Festival at a reduced rate. For twelve days truly immerse yourself in the world of independent film and discover new talents from the UK and from world cinema. Your pass […]
Sports and films generally are not always associated with each other. But when the two are combined in the right way it produces one of two things, either a deep, inspirational film. Or it may produce a piece of comedy gold. As someone who has a great passion for sports myself these films appeal to […]
Six dos and don’ts every actor wishes you knew from breakdown to booking. If you are an indie filmmaker then you know that casting is that wildcard that can make or break your chances at festivals, awards, and making all of your hard work worth it, and that mis-casting can make your shoot a living […]
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