Filmmaking to me is about working with friends and making something that excites you, which is exactly what Matt Cameron, Peter Giblin and I set out to do when we decided to team up for Process. We’re all writers/producers/directors to some degree, each with strengths that compliment the others. Peter can hammer out draft after draft with mind-bogging speed […]Read more "Process"
There’s been a lot going on behind at scenes at the Indieground HQ the last couple of months, but I never seem to find the time to catch up the blog with all the goings on. But festival news is always worth writing about, and we’ve got not one, not two, but three new screenings coming […]Read more "More festival news"
After quite a long break we’re back with a new Indie Round-Up, and, as we’re prone to do in these parts, we’re experimenting with form. So instead of simply offering up a few random interesting articles or videos we’ve seen online, we’re focusing on a few random interesting articles and videos we’ve found online revolving around one subject: Denis Villeneuve’s […]Read more "THE INDIE ROUND-UP #5: SICARIO EDITION"
If you’re not following us on Facebook and Twitter*, you probably missed this bit of news: The Buskers and Lou has been picked up by sales agent Circus Road Films! These guys have been involved with a number of great films (including a couple personal favorites Special and The Go-Getter), so we couldn’t be more excited […]Read more "The Buskers & Lou & Circus Road Films"
Undergoing an international move is a bit of a nightmare, to say the least, and it certainly has a way of rearranging priorities. So with that in mind, this is an announcement I have been looking forward to for several months: our latest short film, “The Process” has got a picture lock! It is now shorter, faster, funnier – […]Read more "Achievement unlocked: “The Process” final cut"
You may have noticed its been a bit quiet around here for, oh, the last 6 months or so. And although we probably could have warned you earlier that we were going silent, there was a good reason for it: we’ve traded the grey skies of London for the eternal sunshine of Los Angeles. So we’ve […]Read more "They’re back…"
Our countdown to the North American premiere of The Buskers And Lou at the 8th annual Columbia Gorge International Film Festival on Friday continues with a collection of behind the scenes clips, including bloopers, outtakes, ninjas playing dodgeball, and impromptu musicals…Read more "THE BUSKERS AND LOU: BEHIND THE SCENES CLIPS"