01 October, 2008

Raindance Festival Top Picks

Much to the surprise of all of us at Stirton towers Elliot Grove, the founder and director of the Raindance Film Festival, had included our Doric Dialect snuff movie 'One Day Removals' in his top 5 line up.

What fun! For more details click - here.

Meanwhile, the founder and director of Stirton Productions, Mark Stirton, has arrived in London for the start of the festival and will be making regular updates in his blogglet - here.

3 comments:

allen said...

How go the DVD sales? My buddy, coffee Bob, really enjoyed the movie. His second son just made it through basic training and is graduating and Bob is taking the movie to Georgia for his son to watch.

Bob's favorite scenes...
1. German tourist getting dragged
2. Postal worker heart attack
3. The end scene with the jail bird getting killed when the door is opened.

Michael G Clark said...

Hi Allen, thanks for that. Dvd sales are going ok at the moment, hopefully a distribution deal will find us at the Raindance festival.

The postal worker is just an old guy with a trolly. I'm guessing the cart isn't usually attached to old folk over there.

Lauren Reeser said...

Hey Michael! I'm glad you're still stopping by my ole blog :-). That painting of the Blue Knight was done all in Photoshop, still...it's the new painting of the dark horse on the purple-ish background that I've been trying to work with Painter, but I find that going back and forth between the two programs really works great too! Painter is pretty difficult to get used to, but if you just jump right in and try to make something, I think you will get the hang of it. It's just so powerful!