Remembering ‘The Russian Bride’

I’ve always been slightly obsessed with silent movies and longed to make one, even though the technology and the necessity of the silent medium have been long surpassed. Most people hear of the silent cinema and automatically think about slapstick … Continue reading Remembering ‘The Russian Bride’

Film-Making for Pyromaniacs: The Making of Blake’s 3½

Whilst rummaging through a bunch of old files, I came across this article written in 2002 about a fan video made over a decade before that. The video was called Blake’s 3½ and it was made by FMtv, one of the North East film-making groups that eventually merged to form Timebase. I thought it might give an interesting insight into our early days as film-makers and the fun we had back in our youthful days!   Paul Ferry (2018) Attack of the Autons* had left everyone at FMtv feeling a little low. We had worked for years on the project, and the finished … Continue reading Film-Making for Pyromaniacs: The Making of Blake’s 3½