Money Monster

The film stars George Clooney as ‘Lee Gates’, a TV personality who advises his audience on commerce and Wall Street. During a live show of ‘Money Monster’ he’s forcefully interrogated by ‘Kyle Budwell’, a grief-stricken bankrupt viewer who lost his money after a previous tip from Lee. The film also stars Julia Roberts as the director of the television…

Oops….

Sooooo I haven’t posted in the last 4 weeks – there are several reasons; essays, deadlines, easter hols and general procrastination. However I’ve now finally got back into the swing of things; I’ve been working on one small project which I hope will lead onto more projects to take on, I’ve started creating what may turn into…

Family’s End: A Drama Short

This is my second project during my first year as an undergrad in Film and TV Production; in this project I took on the role(s) of lighting and production designer. During this project my group learnt how to capture the audience’s attention using an original narrative written by one of our crew. We also had…

Christmas Gifts in Review

Once again I was throughly spoiled this Christmas with some wonderful gifts – as quite a lot of them were film or photography related I thought I’d share a few of them with you. ‘1001 Movies to See Before You Die’ Book When I picked this present up I didn’t have a clue what it…

BBC Three and Documentaries

On November 26th 2015, it was announced that the BBC Trust has approved proposals to move the UK channel aimed at viewers aged 16-25 online, on the condition that the channel’s most popular programmes will be shown on BBC One and Two. I have been following the developments in this story for many months now…

Soundtrack and Score Ramble

When it comes to job titles in film production – one that is often forgotten about or considered even less worthy than say a cinematographer or director is the score writer. However I personally feel they’re as vital to the contribution of the atmosphere of the feature as any other job role. Being a bit…

My First Ramble…

A phrase that I’ve heard many times over the past year is “you haven’t seen…”, especially when recently becoming an undergrad in Film and TV production. But whenever I hear this phrase, I can’t help but think to myself; ‘well you haven’t seen ‘film x’ as though I can excuse my unintended exclusion from this…