I question the validity of any award that has been won by Noel Clarke. I don’t like the fact that Noel Clarke refers to himself as a ‘BAFTA award winning actor/writer/director’. I don’t like Noel Clarke. Or 2012 nominee, Adam Deacon. So, I thought I’d [...]
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The trailer for mental looking exploitation flick Strippers vs Werewolves premiered this week and I caught up with Pat Higgins, the man who came up with the beautifully simple idea of facing off strippers and wolf men. The trailer should give you an example of [...]
Popular but fickle, crowdfunding has become an almost essential part of raising money for your indie film. But the process is rife with difficulties and technicalities that a great many campaigns fail to understand when they start out. This article should tell you how to [...]
American film director Ernest Worthing (also of this parish’s ‘Dissecting Directors’ series) has put together a short film that is startling and fascinating, nor least because of its technical accomplishment but because of its daring scope. ‘Beautiful Sketches’ will, inevitably, elicit a variety of responses- [...]
The Clapper Bored recently had the opportunity to speak to Bob Baker, the British television writer, most famous for authoring all the Wallace and Gromit films with the exception of A Grand Day Out. His work on the series even earned him the ultimate honour [...]