Due to a lack of blogging activity it may come across to some that things have been rather quiet. This, though, could be further from the truth and the first of a few projects I've been working on to surface is 'Every Time I Think Of You', which is a drama documentary I directed for the Blue Print Theatre Company. The film was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and will be released on Monday.
To use the official blurb: 'Every Time I Think of You' is a film about 80s Islington, based on interviews with Islington residents and the traders of Chapel Market. It centres on an urban myth, perpetuated by locals, and harks back to a comparatively innocent era - before mobile phones and the Internet changed our lives forever.
For someone who usually writes and directs and is involved in every stage of the filmmaking process it was an interesting (and a lot less stressful) experience to just come in to direct the drama segments of the piece. From what I've seen the film looks great and it is released this Monday 25th June 2012 and is being screened at the Screen on the Green in Islington, London.