Erin (Catherine Morvell) is a vulnerable and reserved college student. Working in a cafe, she is abused and taken advantage of by the customers. It’s unfair, disgusting, and is just another layer of annoyance present in an already difficult life.
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi On both the first and last days of Telling Tales, audiences were treated to a selection of the finest short films from first-year undergraduate students. The student shorts were presenting a portrait... Continue Reading →
It's back... Three years in existence and sixteen months on the shelf, Shot at 60 is back with the third of four actor-based specials - this one specifically focusing on the work of Galaxy Quest's Sigourney Weaver. Enjoy! (Note: For this Shot at 60, only one image will be from the 1970s, therefore, the 1980s and 1990s will be... Continue Reading →
FINALLY, I have completed my degree in film. Wow, what a feeling. On my Instagram page, I published a picture of my recently-received degree certificate - a charming 2:1. I could analyse the certificate in a similar fashion to that of Pat Bateman's business card analyses, but I won't, though I possess a similar obsession to... Continue Reading →