New work alert!!!!

Lizzy has been busy cutting away on these two fantastic new additions to her reel!!

BMW's AUC range is packing a punch with their new campaign teamed with a great soundtrack to entice you into the driving seat! Directed by Ryan Heron of Mad Cow Films for FCB Inferno.

bmw auc - dir ryan heron @ mad cow films for fcb inferno

bmw auc - dir ryan heron @ mad cow films for fcb inferno

 

Colours premiered last night!!

New short film 'Colours', directed by Peter Lee Scott premiered last night at the Everyman Theatre at Baker Street. There was a great turn out to watch the gripping story surrounding a group of lads dealing with homophobia in grass roots football. The film was shot back in April with a pick up day at the end of May. It then went in to edit over the summer. Phil Bolland at Factory sound and Ben Rogers at Gramercy Park did an outstanding job of both sound mix and picture grade. Get in touch if you would like to see the film in its entirety.

More information about the film and where it is being screened can be found here including festival submissions and Press kit.

Take a look at the trailer here:

In the aggressive and often hostile world of youth grass roots football Adam (17) faces an ultimatum from the team captain, Mike, when they discover Adam's best friend Tom is gay.

57th BFI London Film Festival

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ITS OFFICIAL TODAY - The Phone Call is official selection for the 57th BFI London Film Festival! Very happy! The programme includes some amazing entries. The Phone Call is in the 'The Love Will Conquer All' programme which examines an assortment of expressions of affection.

The Festival will screen a total of 234 fiction and documentary features, including 22 World Premieres, 16 International Premieres, 29 European Premieres and 20 Archive films. There will also be screenings of 134 live action and animated shorts. The 57th BFI London Film Festival will run from 9-20 October 2013.

57th BFI London Film Festival Launch

Official Listing

Mat Kirkby & James Lucas

Soliloquy In The Dust

In 2009 the remains of Shakespeare’s first theatre were uncovered in Shoreditch. Director Trevor Melvin breathes life into this discovery with a fusion of film, theatre and psychogeography, staging Hamlet’s most famous soliloquy at the site where the play premiered in the 1590s. Shot with ten pocket digital cameras, and using the First Folio text, this is an “Ur-Hamlet” for our times.