I am sooooo delighted to report that ‘A Stitch in Time’ has been nominated for a Lift-Off 2019 Season award in the Best Screenplay category. This is an amazing achievement as this is the first time I have penned a screenplay on my own, as I am sure you all know ‘BE Now’ was co-written with poet Kate Bingham writing the sonnet which was the dialogue of the film. So this screenplay was a new voyage for discovery for me, and really proud it has paid off.
If you’d like to join Jo and myself at the event @ one of the homes of the British Film Industry Pinewood Studios you better be quick as Tickets are selling fast, make sure to use this discount code Nominee25 when you make your order. Hope to see you there, Graham
So if like me you like making films, talking about film, meeting other film people and watching some of the latest released films you’ll like this. Curzon Cinema in SoHo has a great club you can join, if you’re a filmmaker, they screen what they regard as the most interesting film in the week’s releases on a Friday at 11 am, and it’s only a fiver, what’s not to like, find out more here.
Their next screening is ‘The Report’ starring Adam Driver, looks really fab, but as is the way with these types of thing I personally can’t be there. The last week they screened ‘The Irish Man’ another film I would have happily spent a few hours enjoying but no something got in the way. Anyway, hope you make it to more screenings than I have of late, you should check it out.
This looks really good, there is some of ‘All The President’s Men’ about it, well from the trailer it does anyway, maybe it’s just because it’s political I’m saying that ‘All The President’s Men’ I haven’t seen for years. But two films I watched recently ‘Vice’ and ‘The Great Hack’ this looks like it will go into that bracket of film. I wish I hadn’t watched them in the same week though they made me so down. Which I think they would for anyone who had lived through either or both of those incidents. Anyway, I hope you do join the club and enjoy the Friday morning screenings, maybe see you there.
Today I am blowing our trumpet, well someone has to. I am delighted to say we are in competition this week and it’s online so you don’t even have to leave your comfy chair or even reach for your wallet because it’s free to watch, so what are you waiting for. Firstly you can join here, then when you are ready to you can vote here, please do help us win this round so our ANTI KNIFE CRIME film can be seen by as many as possible. See the trailer below, and please do vote for us, we’ll love you forever.
Everyone who works from home will tell you that there are advantages and disadvantages of being at home, but let’s be positive, one of the advantages is being able to listen to what you want to listen to. Now me that is usually music, which is somehow related to what I am doing. But today I am delighted to have been listing to the glorious, BBC Radio 4 one of our household favorites.
The program I stumbled across was a really great one for you horror writers out there ‘Fear in The Furrows’ the program presented by Simon Hollis investigates the relationship between us, our fears of the unknown, folklore, the natural world around us and the influence these forces have had on the genre of Folk Horror in the world of film. It’s a fascinating insight into to some ancient traditions and how they might have influenced British Film Classics, The Wicker Man, Witchfinder General, and the one which sounds most spooky The Blood on Satan’s Claw. If horror is your thing, might be worth a half-hour listen.