Paignton filmmaker Ashley Wing’s rather excellent Poppies has finally been accepted by the BBC Film Network – some nine months after its completion. Film Network is the BBC’s interactive showcase for new British filmmakers, screening three short films in broadband quality every week. Regular D+CFilm readers will already be familiar with Poppies. Not only was […]
Exeter filmmaker Toby de Burgh, who picked up the jury prize and the D+CFilm sponsored award at Two Short Nights at the Exeter Phoenix, is looking for a new location for his latest film.
It’s that time of year for the Media Innovations Awards rears its heads, and the first news that has reached us of those who have been short-listed for the gong. Kor Communications in Exeter is up for a prize for one of its DVDs.
The head of steam that is Slumdog Millionare meant South Devon’s Roger Deakins was content only with his eighth Oscar nomination as best cinematographer, rather than taking home the gold-coloured figurine.