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Indie Cinematographer: Between Beasts

Indie Cinematographer: Between Beasts

It’s pretty rare that I see a short film that impresses me enough to blog about it, but here’s one: Between Beasts, a short animated film by 19-year-old Swedish filmmaker Jesper Eriksson. First off, I’d recommend you watch it. So, there you go. It’s 7 minutes [...]

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A Response to Cineworld’s Christmas Shopping

A Response to Cineworld’s Christmas Shopping

The talk of the Twitterati today has been all about Cineworld’s takeover of the Picturehouse chain. In order to explain why this is big news to anyone who isn’t intimately familiar with UK cinemas, here’s a basic round-up of people’s perceptions of these two companies. [...]

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World Exclusive Poster Launch!

World Exclusive Poster Launch!

The Clapper Bored is pleased to present a world exclusive poster launch for the film The Flight of the Flamingo.  The poster, designed by Daniel Gaze, plays on the movie’s location (London) and the basic plot that sees a group of young men steal a [...]

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Four of a Kind

Four of a Kind

I’ve been through the hard sweat of crowdfunding. It was exhausting; I almost failed my exams and thought I was going to have an aneurism on about four occasions. I was making my movie because I figured ‘why wait?’. Well, Jack Marchetti, the director of [...]

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The Flight of the Flamingo

The Flight of the Flamingo

The Clapper Bored is delighted to announce that its first feature film, The Flight of the Flamingo, is currently in pre-production. We’re all incredibly excited about the prospect of making this movie and chronicling the filmmaking process along the way with exclusive written and video blogs. [...]

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RJ Bruni, Rising Star

RJ Bruni, Rising Star

The Clapper Bored is delighted to announce that RJ Bruni has won our inaugural Rising Star competition. RJ managed to score a whopping 236 votes which constituted 38% of the overall total, a pretty amazing achievement. Congratulations must also be extended to all the nominees [...]