Month: October 2018

Elliott Hasler, Relsah Films: Independent Filmmaking and making it happen….A Class Act composer on board….Daniel Clive McCallum. To say nothing of a World Premier booked in for a dream location!

  We’ve already met Elliott elsewhere on this Blog (“Charlie’s Letters”, “Refuge”, “The Mayor Diaries” and, most recently “To Hunt a Tiger”). This final film is, you may have seen, the incredibly ambitious but low budget story set at the beginning of the 20th Century where a troubled English Hunter sets off to Sub-continental India …

Justin Spray – “Tempest” for Shark Eye-The nature of opportunity.

Click on link below to view “Tempest” National Mediation Video of the Year 2018   This is by way of encouragement to all Independent Filmmakers for there are opportunities to gain commissions for their work based on their track record and their exposure. Elsewhere on this Blog you will find commentary on Justin Spray and …

Brighton Argus covers premier of “Tempest”.

Justin Spray’s new film “Tempest” premiered at The Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade, Brighton on Thursday 11th October. Made for Brighton & Hove Independent Mediation Service but intended for National and Inter-National use the film examines the complexity of  the world of mediation by focussing on a particular example. What is initially presented as a …

Justin Spray – Shark Eye Productions – A study in success

Justin Spray and Shark Eye Productions are an interesting study in success for would be independent filmmakers as Shark Eye has achieved some notable accolades both in terms of the variety of its output and in terms of recognition. Yet the company remains successfully independent of corporate influence, save for satisfying its impressive list of …