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.
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... Continue Reading →
These gangsters paved the way for the notorious Kray Twins and The Richardson criminal empires and charts their rise and fall in an area which has set the stage for much criminal activity.
I'm not normally a number chaser at all - in fact, I hate numbers, always have preferred words! However, I can't help feeling an overwhelming sense of pride hitting the 25,000 viewer milestone with The Mighty Dragon. My first post explaining my project was back in February - I've not wanted to bomb the blog too... Continue Reading →
A year ago on the 8th August 2017, I sent 'a rougher than rough' draft of my first Bertie story to Billie, a very patient lady. Littered with typos and not much character tension it didn't have much going for it, but I wanted to show a glimpse of Bertie's world, a raw Bertie. The... Continue Reading →
Before reading this play I wanted to research the building of the Transcontinental Railway in the USA - but stopped myself. I wanted to absorb it first via the play itself and pick out the key themes that stood out for me. My history lessons would never have touched on this part of American history... Continue Reading →
Joe Fiorello is a Hong Kong based screenwriter, actor and director. But a closer look on IMDb shows that he is so much more (producer, cinematographer and editor) with many titles under his belt. I was very lucky to have the opportunity to pose Joe 10 Q’s about his experience in the film industry. 10... Continue Reading →
Accents! I love them..no that's a lie, I am fascinated by accents, it's something I touch upon in my upcoming film review too. My accent is odd and I am mocked regularly by my friends... its a combination of all the places I have lived. Romford is my birth place (a town now swallowed into... Continue Reading →
As my film review blogs have received such a great response, I have decided to review a collection of John's other films too. Coming up will be reviews of: Bamboo Shoot Rush Hour 2 Year of the Dragon The Shadow War Paper Moon Affair Shanghai 1920 Shadow of China The Moderns Echoes of Paradise Iceman... Continue Reading →
That's a good question and something that was raised in my interview with writer of the Scorpion King: Book of Souls, David Alton Hedges, he pondered on this question himself and something that's been stuck at the back of mind since. My Instagram bio reads 'screenwriter (aspiring)'. I think that's fair. It doesn't mention... Continue Reading →
I decided to take the plunge and get a script consultant to check the first episode and provide, honest, constructive feedback. I was a little apprehensive after my previous experience but this time did my research and found someone I felt comfortable receiving feedback from. It wasn't pretty, as expected, but, I am not deterred -... Continue Reading →