Wednesday, 27 April 2011

East end film festival. Custard online. Hogan

Hello



There is a really good east end film festival may day happening on monday May 2nd where over several venues across the east end (bricklane, spitalfields and redchurch street) there are free screenings for short films. Custard is being screened as part of the Whirlygiggles screening at 4.00pm at Verge Bar just at the top of Brick Lane so if anyone that knows me and is thinking of coming along look out for me as il be there (probably being a massive loner). i have had a hair cut so wont be as noticeable as before.

theres more information here about the various screenings that are going on through out the day:

http://www.eastendfilmfestival.com/index.php?/Programme_2011/read_more/programme_2011_2_may_movie_mayday/

ive put Custard on vimeo now not password protected so anyone can watch it. thank you to the people that have been sharing it and sent me e.mails its really nice of you.

the link is here:

Custard from peter millard on Vimeo.



whilst people have been enjoying the sun ive been mostly glued to my lightbox drawing a new film called 'Hogan'. its a short 3 part film and currently busy colouring it in now and hopefully be able to shoot it on the 16mm camera at the R.C.A very soon.



i also watched the mcdonalds, coca cola and skittles endorsed film 'Mac and Me' from 1988 last night. brilliant.

Thursday, 21 April 2011

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Gorilla film magazine Custard review and screening

Custard will be screened along with a few other short films run by the super guys behind the Gorilla film magazine on the 13th of April at 'look mum no hands cafe' on old street. so if your around that area next wednesday and fancy watching some films you should come a long as its free.



the screening is in support of there 2nd issue which has a review of Custard.
here is a tiny snippet:

"Custard is semantics for the deranged, a blur of strange images and misplaced sounds that form a narrative of nonsense."

the magazine is filled with lots of other bits and bobs including an interview with Richard Ayoade and is free. the link below is all the different places it was for the first issue so im guessing they will be the same. so basically if you go anywhere in the east you should come a across a copy.

http://gorillafilmmagazine.com/wordpress/2011/01/31/the-magazine-is-out-and-you-can-find-it-here/

an hopefully see as many people as possible on the 13th.


p.s. heres a link to the magazines website.


http://gorillafilmmagazine.com/wordpress/