Short film “Girls don’t cry” by director Nadia Cavelle

GIRLS DON’T CRY is a short film written and directed by Nadia Cavelle who also acts in the film as a high-end madam. The piece is an excerpt from the theatre play BRUISES by Nadia which premiered in 2015.

We made this short film with the generous help of some friends in one evening earlier this year.

Watch the full film here (7:40min)

Promo for BT Sport’s Champions League Final

This new promo for the Final match of the UEFA Champions League on BT Sport has come out. The little 90sec film is peppered with presenters and football players. Would you recognise them all?

I had the pleasure of shooting in Belgium as B-unit with the brilliant talents of Michael Owen, Owen Hargreaves, Jake Humphrey and Reshmin Chowdhury. There also was something else to note about this shoot: the entire camera department except myself was female.

Focus Puller: Eira Wyn Jones
Clapper Loader: Marçia Sousa
Grip: Caroline de Bethune

A Moving Image gets official release

Feature film A Moving Image has its official UK cinema release. It will be screening from 28th April in selected cinemas across the UK.

It will have first screenings at the following venues:

London Hackney Picture House (From 28/04/2017)
London, Mile End Genesis Q&A (From 06/05/2017 ) 
London Peckhamplex (From 05/05/2017)
London, Rio Dalston, Q&A with director and producer (From 05/05/2017)
London, Ritzy Picturehouse Brixton (From 28/04/2017)
London, Stratford East Picturehouse (From 18/05/2017)

Manchester, HOME (From 28/05/2017)

Bristol, Trinity Centre, Q&A with cast and crew (16/05/2017)

More info on the film’s sites:

Shooting six different camera formats for NCS

On a commercial for the youth program National Citizen Service I was asked to shoot additional material as 2nd Unit DoP.

Director Matt Houghton from Pulse Films was keen to mix different media and so I was filming scenes on Super 16mm, miniDV, iPhone, GoPro as well as 35mm stills for it while the main unit DoP Adam Scarth was shooting on Alexa.

In the final film you see the mix of it all.

A Moving Image plays London Film Festival

It was announced today that A Moving Image will be playing at the 60th BFI London Film Festival this October. We are thrilled that our feature film is finally ‘coming home’. There will be three different screenings of our feature film during the festival.

  • Saturday 08 October 2016 18:30
    Vue West End Cinema, Screen 5
  • Friday 14 October 2016 18:30
    Ritzy Cinema, Screen 2
  • Sunday 16 October 2016 18:00
    Hackney Picturehouse, Screen 1

Special Recognition for A Moving Image

After the world premiere of our feature film A Moving Image in LA in June, it now received a Special Recognition at the East Coast in Philadelphia at BlackStar Film Fest 2016 where it  played in the narrative section of the festival’s competition. (Full list of the Award Winners)

More upcoming festival screenings are going to be announced soon.

Short Film ‘The Winemaker’ finished

The Winemaker is a short film I was involved with during this year’s Terre di Cinema Cine Campus which I attended in beautiful Sicily in June.

The project was a collaboration with director Max Shlomovitz from Tel Aviv and cinematographer Elena Chiappa from Rome. The two found our excellent actor for the lead role during a pre-production coffee break at the local café. Ottavio Cappellani is an author and screenwriter in normal life but he did not mind stepping in front of the camera for us.

I operated the camera on this and also did the colour grading.
Find the teaser and some stills of The Winemaker HERE

A Moving Image premiering at LA Film Festival

I am extremely proud to share that our feature film A Moving Image has been selected to have its World Premiere at LA Film Festival this June.

We filmed A Moving Image last summer with a wonderful cast (Tanya Fear, Hussina Raja and more) and crew. The film, directed by Shola Amoo, is about gentrification in Brixton, incorporating fiction, documentary and performance art. It is competing in the World Fiction section with five other films. Check out the trailer HERE!