By Brian Barnes I have a confession to make. I’m a terrible producer. You’d think that after making films day in and day out since 1987 I’d have learnt the one key skill a producer needs. But, no – still no further along that road. That key skill? Raising money. That means that, as a […]
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How The Guerilla Filmmakers Masterclass led directly to my first feature film: You can’t climb Everest on your own!
By Chris Jones on May 3, 2015 in Guerilla Film Makers Masterclass 0
Guest post by Tom Kerevan Tom Kerevan went from fresh-faced screenwriter at the Guerilla Filmmakers Masterclass, to writer/producer of completed feature, Tear Me Apart. All in under 3 years. First things first, let’s be clear… GFilm is not just a Masterclass. It’s an event. And like most noteworthy events, it has the power to ripple […]
The ONE thing I needed to get right for Urban Ghost Story… BTS on the stunts
By Chris Jones on August 17, 2013 in SFX 0
Following on from the post by Richard Holmes the other day, about the one thing you need to get right in your film, I thought I would share an archive post from behind the scenes on Urban Ghost Story – about how we did the car crash / high tower fall – a scene that […]