OooOOOoohh. Amit – known around these parts as The Machine – has the Five poster up:
For more information, roll on over here.
Mr T over at Unkreative has thrown the Five (previously ‘5’) website up here.
Go on then. Salivate.
I read somewhere – or I’m just extrapolating from my own thought processes – that humans are much more likely to remember the bad things than the good things. For example, if you had just about a perfect day, and just one itty-bitty thing were to go wrong, that day would be remembered more for whatever went wrong than for every good thing before and after it. It’s very easy to roll around in self-pity when things don’t go your way.
Shit happens. But most of the time, with perseverance (and/or stubbornness), talent (self-belief) and good luck and timing (a kick-arse manager), all goes well.
This year has been my most productive to date. I don’t have much to show for it, but I did enough film-related work – and earned enough from it – that I didn’t have to do any full-time temp work.
I co-wrote, directed and produced an HD feature. The experience provided fodder for an unreliable account kindly published by WriteUP.
I produced a short which screened in November.
I helped develop a t.v. series.
I co-wrote a feature for Unkreative which is currently in post-production.
And I’m due to finish a long-overdue feature script for Mr Blyth.
So. Not a bad year, all up.
Here’s to 2007.
Mr T over at Unkreative Artists has some pics from his upcoming feature, 5.
Go on – have a lookee.
Time enough for some quickies this week:
– 5, Unkreative Artists‘ next feature, is shooting as I type this. I helped out with the script over a development and pre-production schedule of just over six months. Unkreative principal, Mr T, needless to say, is a legend.
– Hunting the Phoenix, directed by Daniel Power and written by Victoria Cleal, screens at the Academy Cinema on Saturday 25 November at 9:00pm as part of the Jameson Show Me Shorts film festival.
– And finally, the boys at How to Write Screenplays – Badly are on hiatus due to life and work commitments. I miss them already. If you haven’t visited them – and shame on you – allow me to introduce them via their post on horror films.