Why 2016 is my 'Year of the Dad'
Who would have thought I would write a blog post about the fact that I went to the zoo with my daughter today? (Well, as you may suspect, there was a bit more to it. )
Bye-bye 2015 – bye-bye Klamath Settlements
Today marks the expiration of a rather hopeful episode in the old saga of Cowboys and Indians.
Film & Campaign congratulates PRISON SISTERS at IDFA Forum
Congratulations to the team behind PRISON SISTERS which was voted 'best pitch' at last week's IDFA Forum in Amsterdam.
The old, the new and the sky
Maybe we can all work to make sure that in 2015, the protagonists in documentaries get the same recognition as the filmmakers. How's that for a new year's resolution?
Scottish independence and the film industry
If Scotland's share of new nuclear weapons were to be spent on film instead, that would give Scotland a film fund in excess of £250 million every year.
Can we 'sell' a film about a world without money?
FUTURE MY LOVE was produced under the current economic system. Our obvious target audience, however, advocates the elimination of money.
Why we should build our own nations
What independent filmmakers can learn from politicians when it comes to nation-building, and using NationBuilder.