Category Archives: Documetary Film

Future Projects and completing some past ones

At the moment there are several projects winding up so it leaves time to reflect on the future. Firstly the short film I have been editing, Journey Through Tokyo is gradually coming to fruition. Only one or two scenes to … Continue reading

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Autumn Round up

After a long summer hiatus with the release of Vakhtangov and the Russian Theatre in spring of  2014 it was time to take a step back and reconsider the status of some other projects which are work in progress and … Continue reading

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Tokyo short film in edit mode

Information about the short film shot in Tokyo. More updates on the way but below are two still from the film. For more information about the series Japan Philosophical Landscapes click here:

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The role of still pictures in film

“Each fragment of imagery is a piece of art in itself. One must be aware of how each fragment is crying out to be used” is a quote from Akira  Kurosawa in the documentary film  A Message from Akira Kurosawa: … Continue reading

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