Tag: hong kong film industry

  • It’s that time of year…

    It’s that time of year…

    ife has been incredibly busy as of late, but I have taken steps into animating Bertie already. If I can get this out by Easter then I will be very happy! Of course, you’ll be the first to see it.

  • The Mighty Dragon podcast with Joe Fiorello

    The Mighty Dragon podcast with Joe Fiorello

    Joe talks to me about what he misses about Hong Kong and what his nine years there taught him as a filmmaker and music producer. We discuss the Chinese film industry and where this leaves Hong Kong filmmakers.

  • What’s up?!

    What’s up?!

    Fade In What’s up?! It’s been quite some time since I’ve updated on here. Tech issues forced me into a summer hiatus which has ultimately made me think about what I want to do with The Mighty Dragon and exactly what to share on here. For now, the Dragon is resting, it’s on a break…not […]

  • Interview#17…Jude Poyer, stunts, actor #Apostle #IpMan4

    Interview#17…Jude Poyer, stunts, actor #Apostle #IpMan4

    An interview with Jude Poyer, stunts, actor and assistant director #Apostle #IpMan4

  • Interview#7…Interview with Rayve Zen, Actor

    Interview#7…Interview with Rayve Zen, Actor

    Rayve Zen is a Singaporean actor, now based in Hong Kong, who has kindly agreed to an interview for my blog – an actor’s perspective on the film industry! Rayve, thank you for taking time out your busy schedule to answer these questions! I see from your IMDb listing that you have made a very impressive […]

  • The Hunted #inspiration

    The Hunted #inspiration

    So, as I mentioned previously my character Bertie was born out of some of John Lone’s previous performances – which ones? Well, there are three of his films that stand out significantly to me and I will review each one per blog post. The films deserve that rather than being stacked and cluttered into one […]

  • Post#4…The Hunted #inspiration

    Post#4…The Hunted #inspiration

    So, as I mentioned previously my character Bertie was born out of some of John Lone’s previous performances – which ones? Well, there are three of his films that stand out significantly to me and I will review each one per blog post. The films deserve that rather than being stacked and cluttered into one […]

  • Interview#6…Interview with Paul Zeidman, Screenwriter

    Interview#6…Interview with Paul Zeidman, Screenwriter

    Paul Zeidman is a screenwriter based out of one of my favourite cities, San Francisco!  I met Paul in a screenwriting group on Facebook and as a rookie have been very appreciative of the articles and guidance that he shares with us all!  An insider’s knowledge and expertise is like gold-dust! His writing credits include […]

  • Interview#5…Ho-Ling Tang, Composer

    Interview#5…Ho-Ling Tang, Composer

    Originating from Hong Kong, Ho-Ling Tang is a talented composer, orchestrator and arranger.  Based in Hong Kong she is busy working on multiple projects which encompasses film and TV scores, theatre and video games.   I posed Ho-Ling some questions about her work, specifically how essential music is to film and TV success. At what age […]

  • Should you reject rejection?

    Should you reject rejection?

    Social media is something I have been looking to reduce substantially since deciding to continue writing my series.  The hours I must spend mindlessly scrolling my Instagram wall, tweeting crap and seeing what my mates are up to on Facebook must be quite a substantial chunk of the day and time that’s better spent being […]

  • Post#4…Should you reject rejection?

    Post#4…Should you reject rejection?

    Social media is something I have been looking to reduce substantially since deciding to continue writing my series.  The hours I must spend mindlessly scrolling my Instagram wall, tweeting crap and seeing what my mates are up to on Facebook must be quite a substantial chunk of the day and time that’s better spent being […]

  • Interview#4…Siege Proquee, Writer

    Interview#4…Siege Proquee, Writer

    Siege Proquee is “Africa’s best Film/Television Producer, Director, Scriptwriter, Score maker and Editor” (according to his Facebook page!).  I posed Siege a few questions about his approach to writing, specifically with TV scripting in mind. How did you become a writer? The whole journey started during the June holidays in 2015 when I completely fell […]