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TCB Rising Star Award 2012!

TCB Rising Star Award 2012!

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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Interview with Pat Higgins

Interview with Pat Higgins

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 [...]

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Indie Cinematographer: Crowdfunding

Indie Cinematographer: Crowdfunding

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 [...]

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Indie Cinematographer: Beautiful Sketches

Indie Cinematographer: Beautiful Sketches

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- [...]

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Interview with Bob Baker

Interview with Bob Baker

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 [...]