‘The Lights of Flushing' will be screened tomorrow, Friday 21st February at 1pm in the Atrium at the British Film Institute Southbank in London, during their Future Film Festival. It is part of the Film Academy session, showcasing work from the Doc Next Media Lab. There will be a discussion after the films about early career options available in documentary.
‘The Lights of Flushing' is screening at the Roxy Bar and Screen at 18:00 14th January 2014 as part of the London Short Film Festival.
‘The Lights of Flushing' is playing at the Cornwall Film Festival, on Saturday 9th November at 10.45.
Two of the shorts I made as part of BFI Doc Next Media Lab; Doctor Loco and My Family’s House, will be screened at Open City Docs Fest in the Fresh Talent- Future Docs programme on Thursday 20th June at 4pm.
And The Lights of Flushing will be screened as part of the MyStreet Competition on Saturday 22nd at 12pm. This screening is free but you have to book a place…
If you’re going to Cannes, 2 of my films will be screened by the BFI in the UK Pavilion Tent between the 16th-18th May. ‘The Lights of Flushing' will be part of the 'Where We Live' collection and 'Doctor Loco' will be part of the 'What We Do' collection.
‘Getting Older' is screening as part of Beat the Competition, Saturday 25th May 13:00 NFT3 BFI Southbank.
The event is all about competition filmmaking and ‘Getting Older’ was made as part of the London School of English’s film competition last year. The film was made very last minute, but I’ve always seen it as the starting point for a documentary I’ll make someday.
‘The Lights of Flushing' is playing at Flushing Arts Week, on Wednesday 29th May 19:30.
Watch a film about Flushing… in Flushing…
If you’re based in Manchester, one of the first films I ever made, Shelter, is playing at Insight Film Festival on the 16th March between 1-3 pm.
It’s a 10 minute short doc which documents a night at Narrowgate Shelter in Salford, meeting the guests that stay there and capturing a glimpse of their lives and stories.
If you can forgive the technical shortcomings, you may find that some of the guys staying at the shelter have some intriguing stories and observations …