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Women and film. Film and women. This tango has been going on far too long in the industry. Whether it’s Amy Dunne in Gone Girl or Bella Swan from the Twilight series, films with a female lead have always gotten mixed responses. Either criticised over how they look or that the role didn’t suit them. My question […]
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With the 24th Raindance Film Festival approaching fast, there's only a limited time left to register as a Benefactor or Patron, giving unrivalled access to the UK's largest independent film festival, in addition to events and perks throughout the year. Find out more about becoming a Benefactor or Patron of Raindance Film Festival 2016 Benefactors & […]
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Filmmaking is a risky endeavour. In your mind, there's an awesome final product that your brain got busy creating, and it's going to take loads of other people getting creative for your vision to work -sort of. Woody Allen is famous for being disappointed in his final films because he falls short of realising his […]
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 […]