It has been a while since I have updated my blog. Well, this year has been a bit quiet on the acting front. I have taken some time out whilst I am doing my GCSE’s and within the next month they will all be over with and I will also be out of licence. Therefore, I am looking forward to getting back in the swing of things soon. In the meantime, apart from endless revising for exams, I have been working on my photography and film making.
I am delighted to say we are having some success with the joint venture with my friend, Tom Carty. We have received a few nominations and a special merit for our film, Reminiscence.
I am delighted to say that we have just received a certificate for official selection from the Sylhet Film Festival. Thank you.
Nearly 2 years ago I recorded Fanny & Alexander with Hollie Burgess. It is a wonderful bitter, sweet story by Ingmar Bergman. You can read my previous blog here:-
The programme is being repeated starting this Sunday and next Sunday.
A two-part radio version of Ingmar Bergman’s Academy Award-winning 1982 film about a Swedish family at the start of the twentieth century. The critically acclaimed original work is one of the longest films in cinematic history, and is a beguiling drama about childhood where imagination is found to be a passport out of dread and into mystery. Adapted for radio by Sharon Oakes.
Through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander, we witness the delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family, a sprawling theatrical family in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Sweden. Ingmar Bergman intended Fanny and Alexander to be his swan song, and it is the legendary director’s warmest and most autobiographical film that combines his trademark melancholy and emotional intensity with immense joy and sensuality. (extract from BBC3 website)
It has just been announced that GOOD OMENS by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman is going to made into a 6 part comedy series for the BBC in collaboration with Amazon. This has been a long time coming and many attempts to bring Good Omens to the screen have failed but now it looks as if it will happen, to the delight of all the Pratchett and Gaiman fans. The series will air in 2018. Gaiman himself has written all six scripts and will keep a tight rein on the production. . It’s happening, you guys. It’s actually happening.
You can purchase the CD of the Radio 4 production at this link:
You can read all about it here in The Radio Times
Check out the rewards available :-
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I’m delighted to say I am on board for this exciting adventure. I am looking forward to catching up with a number of young actors I have worked with before and haven’t seen for years.
Follow what is happening with the film on the Facebook page below and definitely take a look at the Indiegogo link below:-
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New comedy horror feature film set at Christmas that crosses Pulp Fiction and Tales of the Crypt! Written by producer and director James Crow, who was selected for Frightfest 2016! Talented actors from around the country have come together to bring this magically horrific film to life that will be shot in 4K on the RED camera, but we need your help to deliver this epic movie next Christmas! The film is also sponsored by the Vincent Price Estate and has the executive producer of Iron Sky!
The BBC Radio 4 drama ‘How did I get here’ is going to be repeated on the 15th December 2016 at 14.15 pm
So if you missed it first time, tune in and catch up.
How Did I Get Here.
by Jonathan Myerson
Rebecca looks after her kids, and her Dad. But Dad isn’t how he used to be. Multi-infarct dementia has made him confused, and forgetful of people and his past.
Rebecca misses her Dad. She longs to talk to him, and to ask him questions.
But what if she could have him back? Just the way he always was?
Has she remembered him right?
Produced and directed by Jonquil Panting.
I’m delighted to say our short film ‘Reminiscence’ has been accepted at two film festivals. We started sending out the applications last week and managed to squeeze in at the last minute to some film festivals before they closed. Our film is being shown tonight in Florida at the Wellington Amphitheatre via The Free Wellington Student International Film Festival. Starring Tony Clarkin and me, with Thomas Carty as DOP. Written and directed by Thomas and me.
Beautiful music written and composed for us by Nick Norton-Smith
We also have a official selection for The UK monthly film festival. We are looking forward to seeing how many festivals we can enter.