We’re now in pre-production for THE MYSTERY SHOPPER, a 15-minute musical comedy inspired by the old Hollywood classics, but set in present-day London.
It features an all-original score, a showstopping dance number, and, thanks to the kind people at One Stop Films, will be shot on beautiful black & white 16mm film!
David has recently directed LAGUNA AVENUE, an 80-minute sci-fi comedy about a frustrated slacker who obtains a powerful bionic hand. Written by Paul Papadeas and produced by House Angus, the film is now in post and will be heading out onto the festival circuit later this year. A couple of posters to whet your appetite: Continue reading →
Another song by David & Brezhnevs Medals, COITUS INQUISITION, will be appearing on the soundtrack to FLOWER, directed by Max Winkler. Assume the Position by Brezhnevs Medals Continue reading →
Not long now until the release of David Gordon Green’s ‘Stronger‘, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. A song David wrote with Brezhnevs Medals has been included in the film – so if you hear fast, dirty riffs and a man shouting ‘suckers!’, that’s us. Continue reading →
We’ve finished editing the Christmas Number One pilot, and are now going into sound and colour. Screenings will be forthcoming, in late September/early October. Save Continue reading →
We have wrapped on the Christmas Number 1 shoot. What a magnificent cast and crew! Continue reading →
Work has begun on a new project entitled: That’s right, Succulent Fans, it’s a Christmas musical. We will be shooting a proof-of-concept short in March and then developing the feature script thereafter. Of course, it won’t be the first musical we’ve made (c.f. the seminal Last Babacus). But this one will be set in the […] Continue reading →
I’ve written an article for the Exit 6 Film Festival about the long and winding development process that eventually produced The Prime Location. You can have a read of it here. Save Continue reading →
Once a year, Bydgoszcz (Poland’s 8th-largest city) receives a massive influx of filmmakers and camera folk who proceed to GORGE THEMSELVES on Zywiec, dumplings and beautifully-shot movies. The festival does not have a ‘best film’ category: only Best Cinematography. I don’t recall who won this year (Google it) but my single favourite film was Hans […] Continue reading →
What a wonderful time at the 2016 OFFline Film Festival. They treat their guests *really* well, there were some cracking short films (Particularly by Sylvain Chomet and Oonagh Kearney) and it feels like a great big, welcoming family. A great big welcoming family that plies you with beer! While in Ireland, I also took the […] Continue reading →