Short Film – A Walk By Waiting (Harold Pinter, Iain Sinclair).

My walk around Harold Pinter's old haunts in the east end of London has produced a number of written accounts now that, with the film that sparked of the whole venture being finally public, I'm not quite sure what else to say about it.  The idea for the walk came about when I saw the, since … Continue reading Short Film – A Walk By Waiting (Harold Pinter, Iain Sinclair).

Trailer – A Walk By Waiting (Pinter/Sinclair).

Above is the trailer for a very short fragment of film made in collaboration with the writer, Iain Sinclair.  Though I had been thinking about doing something with the poems of Harold Pinter for the some time, I had left it to stew away rather than properly organise it as with other, simpler films.  With … Continue reading Trailer – A Walk By Waiting (Pinter/Sinclair).

Communicative Reality in The Lover (1963) – Harold Pinter.

This article contains plot twists. Harold Pinter's The Lover was a script first publically showcased as a television play in March 1963[i] before it went on for a theatre run a few months later starting from September that year.  As a model of how Pinter plays on words and the natural duel meaning found explicitly within … Continue reading Communicative Reality in The Lover (1963) – Harold Pinter.

Electronic Music And Mental Illness In Cinema.

This article contains narrative spoilers. From its very earliest occurrences, electronic instrumentation and music has been used in cinema to signpost various aspects of mental health problems and issues within diegetic characters.  Alongside its uses in creating alien worlds, electronic instrumentation seems to, at least in the eyes of the films' creators, have an ability … Continue reading Electronic Music And Mental Illness In Cinema.