Tag: Independent Film

INTERVIEW: R.M. Moses

Interviewed by Jakob Lewis Barnes We’re continuing our #SundaySpotlight this week with an interview with R.M. Moses, an award winning independent filmmaker from East London. Jakob talked to Moses about his films, inspiration, and his goals for the future! JB: For any of our readers who aren’t aware […]

‘Gotham Awards 2017’ Winners List

The 2017 Gotham Independent Film Awards took place last night, with ‘Call Me By Your Name’ walking away with the biggest award of the night for ‘Best Feature’ and Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out‘ walked away with 3 awards, including the ‘Audience Award’ and ‘Breakthrough Director’. Going into the […]

Harlequin: An Update

If you follow us on Twitter (you’d be mad not to), you may have noticed that our latest short film ‘Harlequin’ is complete, which is very exciting. The short film, directed by Jakob Lewis Barnes and starring Kenton Hall (A Dozen Summers), is a dark drama about a […]

Kenton Hall: One Year Later

Interview by Jakob Lewis Barnes Around this time last year, I had the pleasure of interviewing the writer/director/star of indie flick ‘A Dozen Summers’, Kenton Hall. In the year since that interview, Kenton Hall has seen his little independent film go from strength to strength – achieving festival […]

Harlequin’s Leading Man

Our next filmmaking venture – the short film titled ‘Harlequin’ – has found its star. We are delighted to announce that Kenton Hall, who you may recognise from the brilliant indie flick ‘A Dozen Summers’ (a film which Kenton also directed), will play the lead role in ‘Harlequin’. […]

Our Next Project

If you enjoyed our debut short film ‘Layla’, you’ll be happy to hear that the wheels are in motion on our next project. Filming is set to begin at the end of this month on ‘Harlequin’, a short film about a clown suffering with mental health issues (and […]