Who am I to say? That might be my father, two tables over, staring out at me from behind that old man’s eyes, as I drink my iced coffee and try, unsuccessfully, to leaf through this mammoth brand new copy of Stephen King’s It. I mean, we all have our ghosts…and as it is two […] … Continue reading A beautiful piece of writing from Big Gay Horror Fan about Fathers.
https://player.vimeo.com/video/170725982 After two successful years on the LGBT Festival circuit, I'm proud to share our film with all of you. It features the beautiful music of Thea Hilberts, the stunning cinematography of Paul Leeming, and the extraordinary performances by Qyoko Kudo and Tomoko Hayakawa. And I was the Director x Writer (plus it's inspired by … Continue reading My award-winning short film “Silence” is now available on VIMEO
Hamish's Kitchen #5 Here are my thoughts as a producer on the issues surrounding making a film in a different country, and how that could affect the future release of the film.
I've started a daily vlog "Hamish's Kitchen" which will detail the process of making my first feature-length film: Hamish's Kitchen Playlist I hope that you'll check it out! Hopefully it will provide some insight into what a producer's life is like. Best wishes for the season! xx
"Lost Hope" is a creepy new short horror film from one of the makers of the "Silent Hill: Stolen Heart" fan film and DJ Mistress Macabre a.k.a Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc who is a best selling, award winning author of Horror Sinisteria. The short film was filmed on the Nexus Android Phone using the VHS-Cam … Continue reading LOST HOPE, A CREEPY SHORT FILM FROM JAPAN
I'm very excited to share that my manga, "Mirai" is getting some press this week. First and foremost from "TG Geeks" both on their podcast, and on their website! Also, on the website World Comic Book Review, there is a great review which I'm so grateful to receive! If you haven't picked it up yet, … Continue reading Reviews of “Mirai” my debut manga
Mirai, a young Japanese-Australian girl, is about to have the worst birthday ever! But, if she survives the day, she just might make new friends and have a completely new life! Buy it here! Japanese version coming soon!
Backroads (1976) Classic Review by Hamish Downie https://www.ozflix.tv/#!/browse/film/2790/backroads Recently, Ozflix, Australia’s answer to Netflix opened for business. It promised every Australian film ever a kind of commercial library or preservation society. And perhaps someday, if they are successful enough, they may be able to deliver on the promise. But, for now, there is a limited … Continue reading Backroads (1976) – Cult Classic Review
Short films are fine, but they haven't really made money since the end of the era where audiences would sit in the cinema all day and watch a Newsreel, a Cartoon, a Short Film and then a Double Feature. All for less than a dollar. But that era has long gone. The B-Movie has now … Continue reading The Ever Elusive Feature Film
Hello everyone, sorry I've been missing in action, but I've got this new short film out, and it's premiering at the Shorts Off Film Festival in Wales, and it's called "Silence". To celebrate, I was interviewed by TG Geeks, a great podcast coming out of Arizona in the good ol' US of A. Hope you … Continue reading New interview (TG Geeks)