This Friday evening - 19.00 to 20.00 (Doors open at 18.30) at MPC, DAVID will be hosting the first of our Sisterhood Showcase evenings. A number of short films directed by women will be shown with each director then joining Jason Stone for a quick Q&A after the screening of their film.
It is free to attend but you must send us an email if you'd like to come along - please email email@example.com to reserve your place.
Sisterhood? Sounds fun? It will be. It follows the template we established at last week's Evening CraftWorks at the same venue, and that was really successful.
Who's taking part? So far, three directors have been confirmed but there will be more. The three we can tell you about are listed below.
1. Mary Sue Masson
Mary Sue Masson's short film 'Who's The Daddy?' is a comic look at modern motherhood through the prism of a chance encounter at a playground.
2. Dorothy Allen-Pickard
One of the finalists at Homespun Yarns, Dorothy Allen-Pickard's short film 'The Mess' is a moving study of mental illness.
3. Laura Scrivano
Laura Scrivano's short film 'Alice' is a beautiful, meditative piece based on a Noel Coward poem. Like the other directors she'll join Jason Stone on stage to talk about it after the screening.Tickets are free. But if you want to attend, you must email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. You may bring guests but it is vital that you only send the names of those who are certain to attend. Places are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
The next edition of CraftWorks runs this Thursday evening at MPC on Wardour Street .
Doors open 6.30pm. Get your tickets here …
We've had a great year introducing you to some new production teams and services.
Thanks for your support in 2018. We're here and ready to help again in 2019!
It's been a busy few months for the team at GOLDSTEIN, not only have they delivered some stunning composition and music supervision projects, never going with the flow they've also mastered a move back into Soho, hurrah! Take a look HERE
Director, writer and storyteller TOM CARTY announces today that he is joining forces with JW Collective for creative collaboration.
Tom worked for a number of high profile agencies before joining AMV BBDO, where he created iconic work with partner Walter Campbell; including ads for Kiss FM, Volvo, Dunlop and the world renowned Guinness campaign: “Bet on Black”, “Swimblack” and the much celebrated “Surfer”.
At AMV he became one of the leading creatives of his generation. His directing career began in 2001 when he wrote and directed the stunning “Freedom of Knowledge” Nelson Mandela spot for The Economist.
Since then, his prolific directorial work has included outstanding projects for brands including the BBC, Nike, The Economist, ITV, Jack Daniels, The Wall Street Journal, Vodafone, Foneteca, NBA and most recently for Samsung.
His work often has an eye-catching visual style, along with strong dialogue-driven performances. Tom is also very comfortable and experienced when working with celebrity talent.
Tom Carty, Writer / Director:
“I’m very much looking forward to working with Jane and the other partners of JW Collective. They have great energy within their network which I’m very excited to collaborate with and contribute to”.
Jane White, JW Collective:
“Tom doesn’t like being called a legend so I’ll let his legacy speak for itself and just say that there aren’t many creatives who can rival his extraordinary work and reputation. A true craftsman of our time and I’m delighted to welcome him into our fold”.
Best Original Music in the Music and Sound Craft category, congratulations!
Don’t miss Chris Levine’s immersive light & sound installation and exhibition of new works, at Park Village during Frieze Arts Fair. Email email@example.com to arrange a viewing.