Short Film – Holloway (Robert Macfarlane).

It feels odd to finally be able to say that Holloway is finished.  This oddness derives not just from the fact that it has been the longest planned film that I've produced so far (starting all the way back from Robert Macfarlane's first email to me in February 2014) but because the subject of the … Continue reading Short Film – Holloway (Robert Macfarlane).

Demise Of The Rural in Requiem For A Village (1976) And “Going, Going” (Philip Larkin).

I thought it would be last my time - The sense that, beyond the town, There would always be fields and farms, Where the village louts could climb Such trees as were not cut down; I knew there'd be false alarms - Going, Going, stanza 1 - Philip Larkin. Above is the opening stanza of … Continue reading Demise Of The Rural in Requiem For A Village (1976) And “Going, Going” (Philip Larkin).

Perception Of Landscape in A Journey To Avebury (1971) – Derek Jarman.

Out of all of Derek Jarman's pre-feature length film work, his short capture of a 1971 walking trip, A Journey To Avebury, is perhaps his most interesting and subtly complex piece of short film work.  These were the early days of Jarman's experimentation when his work as a painter and even a set designer still … Continue reading Perception Of Landscape in A Journey To Avebury (1971) – Derek Jarman.