View to a kill – one of my favourite films
My life is one big revolving carousel of projects at the moment and I am adding another one into the mix.
I’m making a film.
Once upon a time filmmaking was my first and only love. If you made a film it had to be on 35mm (or 16mm at a push) or else it wasn’t a ‘real’ film.
It was a f@cking expensive hobby that required specialist crew and processing at a post production facility.
Photography and writing used to be the things I did in-between film projects, but because of their instant nature, they slowly became the things I did
the most often, and film slowly took a back seat.
Well not anymore.
I’m starting development on my new film project this week, and it’s good to be back.
Still toying with two variations of the same idea. A proper post, with project details to come as soon as I’ve made up my mind.
Angel? or Viking? … just joking (or am I?).
I have a new obsession courtesy of ‘The Power of Art’ on BBC Four … Bernini. His work is stunning. It had such a powerful effect on me that I put all my film, photography and writing projects on hold to focus on a new idea I had after watching the programme.
I plan to put up a project page detailing the various things I am working on along with a portfolio of all my completed work.
In the meantime, check out a gallery of Bernini’s most famous pieces ….