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!
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
Thanks everyone. I certainly hope these come off!
Made by the fabulous Charlotte and Raquel. Good luck with the final edit.
Screen shot from ‘Delilah’
Good line here… just wait! Made them laugh anyway. How do you like the costume? Not my usual garb of course!
Steaming hot week, and steaming wonderful performances from everyone. It was great to be part of Changes
Thanks http://blueappletheatre.com/ Here’s to the next one!
Great pics James – thank you, but you’ll have to wait and see what I will really be wearing in the show!
Photography: James Yeats Brown
Can’t wait to catchup with the incredible cast and crew of Down and Out at the launch on Saturday –
Red carpet screening at
Home in Manchester, then we party!
You’ll never guess what my character gets up to!
Christopher Faith is the writer and he plays my film big bro. Natalie Kennedy is our wicked Director
Thank you Rainmaker Pictures Chalkboard Pictures
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Hey Bugsy thanks for wicked boxing session with champion boxer Ryan Pickard junior silver medallist. You never know what is coming next!
Looking forward to filming FIGHTER. First I have to train some more: punches, foot work etc.
Ryan lent me his gloves. Even Mum tried them on at home!
Workshopping new film with students at RADA on Sunday
Another great thing to look forward to
Really looking forward to this evening with D@win at University of Winchester – love this