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About Sons – compelling drama in short form

I was recently trawling the internet for bold, young and new film directors, as one does with their Saturday night, and came across an incredible film by a guy named Shady El-Hamus. The film is daring, stuffed with subtext and highly innovative. I felt as if I was watching the work of someone who had been working on their style for 20 years or so. The film reaches a depth of drama/conflict that is ever so rare for a short film and yet, it still manages to clarify any ambiguities or… Read more About Sons – compelling drama in short form

These Directing Tools are Easily Fastened

Simon Phillips along with the Directors Guild of Great Britain has been touring the UK with his “Tools of Directing” workshop. The workshop is a great insight into his work as a directing consultant and illuminates some potentially much overlooked areas of film directing. As an enthusiastic and thoroughly engaging teacher, the four hours zipped by, but the information gained is worth far more. Unfortunately, the workshops have finished their tour (Leeds was the last stop), but nevertheless Simon is a busy man and he will be around again soon.… Read more These Directing Tools are Easily Fastened