Category Archives: Moving Image

‘The happiest day of the year’

After much delay I’ve now uploaded a collaboration from a few months ago, which was the documentation of Sam Kastin’s A Play for the Garage. We discussed the filming of the play beforehand and were in agreement that it should attempt … Continue reading

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Germination

So I’ve been slogging away for a while now on a new film, using my freshly telecined rushes. I have to say it’s starting to grate a bit, but hopefully it will surface soon. Sound is proving the most perplexing, … Continue reading

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Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

ELEMENTALS: PRESENCE A lone being struggles through forest, bog, and heath; exploring a catalogue of sensory experiences. Later, on a far off shore a figure strides beneath towering industry; tends crops, gathers materials, drifts on. A shrouded cataclysm lies at … Continue reading

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Negative fragments

I finally got around to digitising my first batches of home processed 16mm film. Here I’ve gathered together a few glimpses of these rough reels

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Projections

As I promised in yesterday’s post, I’ve now gone through the footage gleaned from the lakes last week, and selected some choice teasers of the kind of thing you can expect from an edit…and maybe even the final project Stay … Continue reading

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Haunting the Fells

So this week gone, myself and Oliver Lewis embarked on a journey to the lake district, on a recon mission for the project we have been planning on and off for the best part of six months After a six … Continue reading

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