Katie Mccullough Talks and Writes

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Let The Voting Commence! November 27, 2009

Hallo everyone, my you look super nice today…

That’s right, I’m after something. As some of you will know I took part in the 48 Hour Film Challenge over in Jersey a few months back. Now the time has come to call in backup and get people voting for the film so we can win jubilation and slap each other on the back (oh, and win some cash as well which is always nice). The setup is teams arrived in the same place on the same day, picked a title and genre from a hat at random… and then had 48hrs in which to write, shoot, edit and finalise a short film. We picked ‘crime’ and ‘Morning Mist’.

ACTION!

ACTION!

So after a little lag of delay all the films created on the Vauxhall 48 Hour Film Challenge have been put up for the mercy of viewers to vote. And this is where you come in, yes you. I’m looking at you, you’re looking at me. We’ve got this eye contact thing nailed.

All the films are over here: (click here and vote for ‘Morning Mist’)

What a bunch of filmmakers...

What a bunch of filmmakers...

And all the films are great but this is where I have to draw the line in this so-called free-loving atmosphere. I want you to vote for my film because I’m proud of it and hey, we made it in 48 hours. This is where you tell me that the others were too, seeing as it’s called the 48 Hour Film Challenge, but ignore that. Eyes on me, go click on the ol’ 5 stars bit on ‘Morning Mist’. And I’m sorry if you’ve already heard this spiel on Facebook or Twitter. It just means I love you a little bit more than the rest, just a little mind you. People talk.

I will love you all that little bit more than is allowed.

Thank you, love you, I’m afraid I can’t do that I’m not allowed anymore.

Much love,

Kx.

p.s. I forgot to mention you do have to join which only takes a few seconds but once you’re on there you can download short films for pittance and what’s more you can download them, burn them and keep them all for yourself. You do not have to pay to join. Good? Great.

p.p.s. Plus all the films will be screened as part of the London Short Film Festival (y’know, the projector with teeth?) at the Roxy in London Bridge area. If you’re around that time and want to see some films and the people behind it… why not come along. I’ll be there, hope that doesn’t dissuade you.

 

Branchage – Sub Section ii October 24, 2009

I’m here again to share the delights of Alex Jacob and Sean Mackay’s film DASHES OF YELLOW under the genre FANTASY. Look on and marvel at the vivid colour and ethereal feel they achieve. Lovely people and a Lovely film…

It begins at the beginning...

It begins at the beginning...

aMAIZEing

aMAIZEing

Nathalie roams free.

Nathalie roams free.

Hallo Nathalie.

Hallo Nathalie.

His name is Sean and my what a Lovely camera.

His name is Sean and my what a Lovely camera.

Mister J and Rachel

Mister J and Rachel

They walked around with dashes of yellow

They walked around with dashes of yellow

Late night/early morning/goodness knows when editing

Late night/early morning/goodness knows when editing

Time to let the ol'hair down.

Time to let the ol'hair down.


The last day when we all went home in a daze

The last day when we all went home in a daze

So there you have it, the next installment of the 48hr Film Challenge. Their whole group were so incredibly vibrant considering there were so few of them and most of the time we ended up in the tent chatting till breakfast time. All of them had a fantastic family-like bond and you were always guaranteed a hug no matter how stressy/how late/how early (please delete as applicable) things got. Lovely.