Posts Tagged:Live Action

BB-8 in London short film and free 3D model

BB-8 takes a break from filming at nearby Pinewood studios to explore London’s famous sights and visit ILM London With Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming out in cinemas shortly we couldn’t help but get inspired by the new BB-8 droid character to make a fun short film. With a major part of the film…

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“Franglais” | Short Film

‘Our friendly local drug dealer takes us on a tour of his turf, a quaint village nestled within the picturesque south of France. Though things don’t quite go as planned when dealing with his shadowy English client.’ As well as being a 3D artist I also have a passion for filmmaking and in 2013 I…

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Japanese Taiko Drumming

Travelling around Japan you get to see some amazing things and get involved with unique experiences. One just such an experience came about thanks to my friend Anthony who has lived out here for 4 years teaching English. In the rural heart of Japan he has become a strong member of the community taking part…

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Franglais Bloopers! :D

Everybody loves bloopers! These are from my short film Franglais that I shot a few months back in France. We all had a blast making this film and its coming together really well in the edit thanks to the great team we had throughout the whole production. I can’t wait to share the full film…

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Indie Film Making Guide #3 Post Production

This is the final of 3 quick guides I put together on Indie film making based on my experiences during and after shooting my recent short film ‘Franglais’. I hope you find some of the tips useful and do leave a comment on twitter, youtube or my blog if you have any questions. Thanks!

Indie Film Making Guide #2 Production

This is the second of 3 quick guides I put together on Indie film making based on my experiences during and after shooting my recent short film ‘Franglais’. I hope you find some of the tips useful and do leave a comment on twitter, youtube or my blog if you have any questions. Thanks!

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