Lost In The Nameless City in official selection for '12 Months Film Festival' in Romania... and A Film By Abigail!
Time to share some happy news about my personal work...
Whilst still screening in competition throughout April at the LemoArt Gallery (Berlin) my short experimental documentary Lost In The Nameless City which interprets and observes urban space, the architecture and nature found in it in London was selected for the 12 Months Film Festival (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). The film is eligible for ad hoc awards and audience awards. The festival runs monthly and you can see the film's profile on the festival website where you can vote for it too. In addition, the notification came with a double success as my London Short Film Festival selected documentary A Film By Abigail (that I assumed had run its course with its long festival run finishing in 2016) was also put into the official selection! Its profile for voting is here.
You can follow me on Instagram @paulfilmmaker where I'm most active on social media and check out some of the other work and things I get up to such as recently working as a 1st Assistant Director on feature documentary Postcards From The 48% (Guerilla Film), 1st Assistant Director for a short film Gold Diggerz and as Assistant Director / Camera on a commercial for Joey Wears. I'll be looking to write a blog post about these projects soon, as well as assisting on a music video for London Grammar.
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Lost In The Nameless City screens in Berlin at the LemoArt Gallery as part of their CANCAN Film Competition starting April 2017 into May with the potential of winning a Video Art Award. The film, which is comprised of 32mm colour photography and black and white video, was originally commissioned by London music and arts event Filthy Lucre. The film touts an original minimalist score from David Hëvvitt of AFX Film Scores and is currently being considered by festivals and open calls worldwide, so (all being well) watch this space for more announcements to come. This particular piece of work has taken some time to being to be in its finished form and eligible to be screened - so it is with great satisfaction and pride that it finally begins to be shown and in a city know for cinema such as Berlin.
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Award winning and internationally selected director of dance, fiction, experimental and documentary films with screening highlights of London Short Film Festival at the ICA, LACMA, Zealous X exhibition (Oxo Tower Wharf) and San Diego Comic-Con. His work has broadcast on BBC One and ikono TV.