Enjoy this batch of our reviews in the short film world. Here is: Short Films of the Month. 1. Kyla La Grange – Cut Your Teeth Been obsessed with this song for months. My friend James put me onto Kyla as pretty much her number 1 fan and I was like, yeah Jamie: I bloody well … Continue reading Short Films of the Month
JUST A FEW MONTHS AGO, MANCHESTER’S NORTHERN QUARTER was transformed into a 1940s New York for this summer’s big Marvel film, Captain America. Captain America Films in Manchester, England Photographers, bloggers, BBC Manchester and even the extras from in and around the city had all collected and featured images of the secret film-set world, for … Continue reading Captain America Films in Manchester, England
WE’RE STARTING TO GET a bit of a reputation for ourselves, aren’t we? British people, tea parties aside, will still find a smouldering calorie of energy hidden somewhere within our own Dickensian darkness to laugh at an American. It seemed a shame, then, that Slava Rubin, from crowdfunding film distributor and fundraising site Indie GoGo, … Continue reading The Secret of Successful Crowdfunding for Film?
THE GIFT OF HINDSIGHT can be a wonderful thing. In the average time it takes to get over a break up, two months have passed since Jeremy Hunt, Minister of Culture announced a number of cuts and “streamlining” initiatives that saw many public bodies merged, or simply culled. The public sector has forced its goodbyes … Continue reading MANCHESTER INDIE FILM: UK FILM COUNCIL ABOLISHED – AFTERMATH
In Part Two of a Manchester Indie Film feature special, Jane reviews short film Invisible Bullets by producer-director Chris Lane. Runtime: 02:09mins Audio: Stereo Aspect Ratio= 16:9 Starring: Michael Justice & introducing Stan as Garden Gnome Director: Chris Lane AS IF IT WASN’T ALREADY kicking off up naaahhrth, the independent film scene in … Continue reading MANCHESTER INDIE FILM: Invisible Bullets (2010)