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My latest one, hot off the press (featuring a guest appearance by Sci-Fi Gene's wife, Suzanne Westbury.)




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Though May Be Side Effects is an old video - by my standards, anyway! - this is a new version. (The main difference is that it's nearly a minute shorter.)





BTW, for the last several months I've tended not to post about  the various screenings where my films have been shown (mostly because I don't want to seem like I'm bragging), but on the off-chance anyone's interested, here are the details for a few coming up in the near-ish future:

28 February, 2012: "When Tickling Goes Wrong, part one" is being shown at CineMe, The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 1TF.

29 February: "When Tickling Goes Wrong, part one" and "Reflection of Love" are being shown at the Smoke Yourself Slim Film Festival, The Winchester, Essex Road, London, N1 8LN.

1  March, 2012: "If Dolphins Had Day Jobs" is being shown at Kino London, Vibe Live, the Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1. 

8 March, 2012: "A Guide to Safe Dining" and "Dolphin in a Coma" are being shown at "Roots to Shoots" at the Royal Spa Centre in Leamington Spa.

15 March, 2012: The same double bill of "Dining" and "Dolphin" are being shown as part of the Anime 3 animation showcase, CineMe,  Bocabar, The Paintworks, Bath Road, Arnos Vale, Bristol BS34 3EH .

27 March, 2012: "Reflection of Love" is being shown at CineMe Bristol (these CineMe screenings apparently move around from venue to venue, so I don't know the address for this one yet).

4 April, 2012: "A Guide to Safe Dining" is being shown at the Movie Bar, the Caroline of Brunswick, Ditchling Road, Brighton.
 


 
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I am not becoming a Dolphin obsessive - honest! - it's just that I happened to have a lot of dolphin pictures left over from my last one.

BTW, this was made in just one day.


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This one was made for a challenge in which I had to make a film in one week with the title: "Dolphin in a Coma," and was screened at Kino London on Thursday night as part of the London Short Film Festival.



BTW,  I did the voices of both Trixie and the off-screen newsboy. ;)

 
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My third - and probably final - handy tip for Christmas. ;)

BTW, the refrigerator interior in this video isn't entirely mine. My other half didn't want the world to see what a dirty fridge we have, so I covered the dirty bits over with some pictures of much cleaner refrigerator interiors I found on the internet . ;)


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In case it isn't obvious, I got a new special effects ap for Christmas... which I haven't stopped playing with since yesterday. ;)




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 Couldn't resist using my Christmas dinner as the subject of one more short and silly video. ;)


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We've got a big Three Bird Roast for Christmas Dinner. It's been in the oven for hours and is still nowhere near cooked, so this is what I've been doing to kill some time while I'm waiting. 

And yes, that really is our Christmas dinner in the video.

Merry Christmas, everyone!


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My latest, hot off the press (so to speak).


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I was given yet another challenge at the last Kino London screening, to make a film with whatever title they pulled from a hat. And the title the hat produced this time was: "The Last Santa."

So here it is, finished just in time for screening at Kino London tomorrow night (that's Thursday, the 1st of December).


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 When Reflection of Love was shown at Kino London last month, they offered me a challenge which I naively accepted: to make a film with the title: "When Tickling Goes Wrong, part one."

This is it:




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Believe it or not, my short film, Reflection of Love (shot on my iphone in my living room), is scheduled for several screenings in the near-ish future.

Here is the current list:

Friday, 26th August
  
Walthamstow Short Film Club, 
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub, 
53 Hoe Street, 
Walthamstow, London E17 4SA, 
Telephone 020 8509 3880
 
Doors open 7:30 p.m. 
screening starts: 8 p.m.
admission: 3.50
 
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Saturday, 27 August
 
The Vibe Gallery 
N001 The Biscuit Factory,
Towerbridge Business Complex,
100 Clements Road,
London,
SE16 4DG
 
Phone: 0207 252 0196 (in case you get lost!)
 
screening starts at 7 p.m. 
free admission
 
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Sunday, 28 August
 
Childreach International Benefit
Duke of York's Cinema, 
Preston Circus
Brighton BN1 4NA
 
Box Office: 0871 902 5728
email: dukeofyorks@picturehouses.co.uk
 
screening starts 10:30 a.m.
admission: 5 pounds
 
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Thursday, 1st September
 
Kino London,
VIBE LIVE, 
Truman Brewery, 
91 Brick Lane, 
London, E1 6QL
 
doors open 7:30 p.m.
screening starts 8:15 p.m.
admission: 4 pounds
 
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Monday, 12 September 
 
Rotoreliefs
Roxy Bar & Screen
128-132 Borough High Street
London SE1 1LB 
 
screening starts 7:30 
admission: 3 pounds
 
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That's all of them for now. I'll let you know when and if there are any others. ;)
 
 
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For those who haven't noticed my update of an earlier post (with an embedded link to The Dealer's Club), it was shown at the Quickflick London screening on the 8th of June, 2011, where it won the Golden Quickie award. (Which means I've won some free courses and stuff, plus The Dealer's Club will be shown at Quickflick screenings in other countries.)




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This wasn't made for a 48 hour challenge, but it might as well have been. It was shot on my phone in a few hours on Saturday the 7th of May, 2011, in a desperate bid to make the 9th of May deadline for submissions to QuickFlick London on the theme of "Dealer."  

I spent all day Sunday editing it in Final Cut Pro (finally finishing it at eight o'clock this morning) and am once again completely exhausted and wondering why I always do these things in such a hurry. Anyway, here's my latest: written, directed and edited by someone who has absolutely no idea what they're doing.

I'm editing this on the 10th of June, 2011, to add that The Dealer's Club was shown at the Quickflick London screening on the 8th of June... where (guess what?) it won the top prize, The Golden Quickie!


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Some of you may remember that I posted a link to a short film called The Dirty Comet, which was written and directed by Oanis Rawbone. If you missed the original post, you can find it at: http://molly-brown.livejournal.com/2098.html

Oanis has recently made another short film that I think is an absolute cracker. It's called Corpus, and it follows below:


 
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I not only wrote this one, I directed it, too, so it's full of beginner's mistakes. (Which I have hopefully learned from. Such as: even though it was not made for a 48 hour challenge, I still felt it necessary to shoot the whole thing in a mad rush in just one day. What was I thinking?)

But the cast (other than me) was great, so my heartfelt thanks to Andy Vine, David Hing and Tammy Sander for their great work both on and off the screen; and also to Brandon Butterworth for doing the photography and all things techie, to Peter Mills for providing some great zombie sound effects, and to Alia Sheikh for the loan of some lighting equipment. 

I've decided to forego the Hollywood red carpet premiere for now and take this one straight to youtube, but maybe next time. . . ;)





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An animation made by painting on walls - very nifty indeed.




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It also includes some behind the scenes footage showing how they did things.




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My latest zombie film (what I wrote and directed) - May Be Side Effects - for which Tammy Sander and I both donned homemade fat suits, is almost done. I need to tweak a few things, but mostly I'm waiting for a couple of people to get some audio files to me.

In the meanwhile, you can see some behind-the-scenes photos of the shoot at: http://shrunk.net/3f7f79c7 

BTW, I'm thinking of using this one as my new profile pic on Facebook. Or maybe this one

I'm editing this about forty-five minutes later. I've just remembered that the last time I referred to something "what I wrote" I got rather sternly corrected by an overseas acquaintance who was very concerned about my bad grammar. So for the benefit of anyone who doesn't live in the U.K., it's a Morecambe and Wise reference. ;)






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I may have mentioned in passing that I made another zombie film the other week. This isn't it - mine is still waiting to be edited - but Dead Things Walking is a lovely, funny little film that I first saw at the screening of 48 hour zombie film challenge (the one for which Last Zombie Standing was made) entries on the South Bank last Halloween.

The lady who stars in Dead Things Walking, Tammy Sander, also appears in my latest (the one that's still waiting to be edited) and Sci-Fi Gene's film Bast (the one for which I did a voice-over). Oh, what a tiny little world I live in. 






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