‘Fighter’ film gets a great review – ‘Lifeblood of the film’ thanks ‘Comicfade’

‘The film is a visceral and intense watch, the slow build of tension being perfectly complimented by the award-winning cinematography of the short. The visuals are utterly stunning and immersive that you become incredibly invested despite the short being just 7 minutes long.

…. yet another fantastic performance by Tommy Jessop. Anyone who follows this man’s career knows that even before this brilliant short film, this man was an inspiration to people facing any and all types of adversity, especially to the down syndrome community. He was the first actor with Down syndrome to star in a prime-time BBC drama, the first to ever portray Hamlet in any form of media, and in ‘Fighter’ he is the is the lifeblood of the film as the titular ‘Fighter’. His performance is considered layered, and regardless of disability puts on a phenemonenal character. ‘



Congrats Bugsy, Guy, Simon, Delroy, Robbie, and all

Super excited – nominated best lead actor!

Super exciting to be nominated as Best Lead Actor in a short film in the 2017 Southampton Film Festival for Down and Out which is also nominated as Best Short Film. This is all thanks to Director Natalie Kennedy who is nominated as Best Director.


You can see the trailer here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZwE9TD36DU

Congratulations to all the cast and crew and to our DOP – you should have been nominated too!


The London rush hour

I seem to be a regular in the London rush hour at the moment – auditions and performances have been calling. Squashed like a sausage into a tube train.

Yesterday, after an audition, we popped into the Tate Modern and saw a few paintings, then had a picnic looking at St Paul’s cathedral and watching a magician.

That’s a good place to relax and have fun