INFORMER BBC 1
Neal Street Productions for BBC 1, Directed by Jonny Campbell
Rats That Eat Men
written and Directed by Isobel Mascarenhas-Whitman
Rats That Eat Men follows Ritah, a gay refugee been forced to flee her marriage of convenience and squat in a crumbling London house. Living in the attic is a Polish builder on the run from his own family. And, as you can probably guess, it’s a bit of a shock when the two run into each other."- Gay Times
SHUTDOWN BY NEWt & JONES
Written and directed by Alex Kendall
A continuing work in progress.
A visual manifesto of what I want to achieve as a creative artist. It's here so you can find out more about the work I strive for and also as a reminder, to keep me on the right path!
No Word For Pier In Lusoga
Written and Directed Anna-Maria Nabirye 2018
DOP: ARCHIE LAUCHLAN, SOUND DESIGN: SOUNDING OFF UK, SOUND RECORDIST: TONY FOX
For me My idea of a Pier is: an out stretched hand to nature. It’s wood and metal and rust. It’s improbable. Vulnerable. Not suited to its surroundings. It’s a risk. It’s summer lounging and views to turquoise seas. It’s olden days and long summer nights. It’s romance. And solitude. It’s a beacon calling me every time I leave my house. It’s history and Hendrix and rock and roll. It’s cream teas and ice creams and fish and chips. It’s jazz on a Sunday with friends no longer here. It’s downward dog and warrior pose. It’s so so so British. I asked my mum what the word in Lusoga for pier is? Lusoga is my ancestral language from Uganda. She said there is no translation. It’s looking, looking, looking out and seeing, seeing sky and sea and birds and life and perspective. It’s big and strong and spindly. It ash and tar and burn marks. It’s photo booths. Memories made Memories forgotten.
It’s a long inhale, then a long exhale.