One of One: One A Day

‘One of One’ is a short film, currently in it’s pre-production stages. It follows the journey of a mad scientist and his wise-cracking robot pal, as they confront their shaded history in the wake of a self-initated apocalypse. What you are about to read is the production diary for the project, and we hope you enjoy …

One of One: One a Day (Two… But also Three.)

This ‘One of One; One a day’ article comes to you rather late; after struggling for bloody ages yesterday, making all kinds of things, my brain went ahead and forgot about something very important; time! That’s right, after only ONE DAY, I managed to break my promise to you. But, as is the mantra of …

Short Thoughts: Week 1

Congratulations, your troublesome journey through the stagnant backwaters of the modern day blogosphere has led you to the first ever ‘Short Thoughts’! The once-a-wednesday odyssey, ripe with drama, animation, and short film splenditude. Each week we’ll peruse the blanketed aisles of the information superstore to bring you new favourites, old classics, and hidden treasures. Short …

Echelon

A little bit about the project… Echelon is a short film series made by filmmakers in Bath (Somerset, UK). Under the banner of Y Creatives, this science fiction mini web series is written and (will be) directed by Joe Aldous, while Henry Gale takes the helm of director of photography. To find out more about …

Echelon: Poster

I am currently writing a short film series called Echelon, which explores a dystopian future of Britain, and is thematically rooted in socio-political critique. Here’s a poster! In a month we will begin crowd funding for this project but, until then, here are some of the articles I’ve wrote regarding my influence for the project …

Influences: V for Vendetta (2005) and National Politics

Over the past few months, I have been hard at work on a short film series called Echelon. Set in a futuristic dystopia, Echelon criticises contemporary political policy regarding economy, as well as exploring the harmful impact of individuals’ decadence and, ultimately, the end justifying the means. I’m taking influence from other films and real …