More of this here: www.vice.com/xperiaunseen
Saturday, 17 September 2011
Vice and Marshall Headphones have made a documentary about roadies featuring the guy from Eagles of Death Metal!
There will be nothing to dislike about this...
ON THE ROAD
Check out more here: www.vice.com/ontheroad
and WIN tickets to a screening and a boozy talk with Jesse 'Boots Electric' Hughes here: www.vice.com/en_uk/read/roadies-marshall-on-the-road-jesse-hughes
Sunday, 11 September 2011
I really like the look of this....
"An ugly, brutal, punk rock documentary. I'm not sure why but it needs to exist."
Winner best doc at SXSW this year...so that's a good sign. No idea as to a UK release yet...but will look out for it...you should too!
Thursday, 8 September 2011
A while back I was asked to contribute to a book published by Intellect about movies set in London. I did.
Finally the book is ready and will be on sale from Monday 12th Sept 2011.
WORLD FILM LOCATIONS: LONDON focuses on specific scenes from around films set in London and focus on the location and how they represent London through the unique perspective of that film. There are also longer essays on various aspects of London on film. The book is fully illustrated with images from the films and maps of locations.
I personally focused on scenes from:
Blackmail (Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Alfred Hitchock, 1956)
Bullet Boy (Saul Dibb, 2004)
The Bourne Ultimatum (Paul Greengrass, 2007)
There will be loads of great stuff in this book, if you're interested in movies, cities, travel then check it out.
On sale from 12th Sept 2011 at Waterstones, WHSmiths, Amazon, Intellect Books and MoMA (Museum of Modern Art in New York City yo!) There is a whole series of these books being released about cities all over the world, they're going to make for a great collection.
Here's a link: http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/books/view-Book
(apologies for that awful man on the front cover...out of my hands!) Give me Bob Hoskins or Ray Winstone any day!
Me and and some friends shot this to screen before the screening of JAWS at The Duke's After Dark last month. It would have been better if I'd have know what I wanted before I shot and edited it, but its kinda funny anyway!
Tune by The Surf Trio!