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'Bloody Students' is The Odd Video Production's first short film.
The film focuses on three cash-strapped students (Bartholomew Dandy, Eugene Egbert and Gordon Brown) who are housed in a student accommodation together. One of the students, hapless Bartholomew, has a dream depicting a get-rich-quick scheme, which he believes will get him and his friends out of debt - but he forgets it.
Soon enough, a violent and unexpected turn of events befalls the 3 students - thanks to Batholomew's lackluster house mates.
Directed by me, Vincent Lewtas, and produced by some of the most unconventional minds in the student filmmaker community, Bloody Students promises to be a film that will have the audience questioning their sanity.
Release date TBA (expect mid-April).
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IN January, David Bowie made a shock return with the single 'Where are we now?', shortly after this he announced that there is a recorded album to follow.
Before being released for sale, Bowie allowed the album to be freely streamed on itunes.
This week, David Bowie toped the album charts for the first time in 20 years with new album 'The Next Day'. Since its release on March 8th, Bowie's 27th studio album has sold 94,000 copies, pushing Bon Jovi off the top spot.
The album has recieved a great deal of praise from critics and music lovers alike. Bruce handy for Vanity Fair noted how songs off the album, such as 'Valentines day' were written by the 66 year old with a "hooky, interesting, unobvious tune that can bear repeated listening", similar to much of his older stuff.
Bowie's last UK No. 1 was 'Black Tie, White Noise' in 1993, which was his return to solo music and thought by many as summing up his career so far. Including The next day, this brings Bowie's total number of No 1 albums to a massive 8, not including compilations.
In between the years of endless albums he has also made many appearances in films such as Zoolander, and in Ricky Gervais's Extras, in which he plays himself.
The release of the album coincides with the 'David Bowie is' exhibition in London's V&A mueseum, which shows his influence and career.
I see no reason, nor sign of Bowie stopping now and Iman, a model and his wife, has hinted of a tour as well as there being endless rumours of him headlining Glastonbury.
I hope so!
Check out his latest video featuring Tilda Swinton!
Get tickets to the 'David Bowie Is' Exhibition here: http://vam.lovetheatre.com/vam/tickets/3036/David-Bowie-is
On Saturday 16 March, protests were held in central Manchester, opposing the incoming ‘Bedroom Tax’, a series of changes to the welfare system which its detractors claim will have a detrimental impact on the least well off in society.
The demonstrations, which took place across many of the countries major towns and cities were the result of Labour Party supporters who refer to themselves as as ‘Labour Left’. Rough estimates indicate that the protests which took place in Manchester were attended by over 1,000 people, higher than most other areas where similar protests took place. The vociferous, but peaceful protesters were armed with home made banners and signs in an attempt to to get the Government to listen to their views. The changes could affect up to 50,000 people in Greater Manchester alone.
The new proposals are set to be implemented next month and have received savage disapproval from the Labour Party and those within their constituency. Much of the animosity towards the new system stems from the fact that restrictions will be placed on all claimants of housing benefits who are deemed to have at least one spare bedroom. This includes parents who have separated and who share the guardianship of their child/children. Perhaps most controversially, however, the new rulings will also have damaging effects on disabled people, particuarly those living in adated or specificaly designed properties, potentially resulting in tens of thousands of disabled people plummeting further into debt.
Dr Eoin clark, who organised the protests, labelled the plans as "curel"', and was also quick to state that these plans were not even supported by Tory voters. "It punishes the disabled, single parents, carers, the terminally ill, soldiers serving on the front line and foster parents with more than one foster child", he said.
More demostrations are expected to take place later this month.
If a first season back in the Championship after ten years of top flight football has taught Bolton fans anything, it should be to expect the unexpected. With this in mind, it's wise not to discount the Whites' from claiming a play-offs place just yet, despite last weekend's defeat to Ipswich.
Bolton currently stand 8th, 5 points back on Leicester in 6th. To reach the final play-off spot would now require Bolton to rediscover their form of the previous weeks - which saw them record an eight game unbeaten run - and hope that Leicester, Brighton, and Middlesbrough falter.
However, the prospect of missing out on promotion and spending a second season in the Championship may actually be far from disastrous. Last season's relegation highlighted the issues that Bolton faced, and the fact that the club had never truly recovered from the departure of Sam Allardyce almost 6 years ago. Even prior to relegation, it was clear that some direction was required, and it turned out that Owen Coyle was not the man to provide this.
Whether new boss Dougie Freedman is, only time will tell. But in summary - the Championship may just prove to be the best place to find that out. Bolton's recent upturn in form, prior to the Ipswich reversal, should at least indicate to fans that Freedman's methods are beginning to work. One fan opined that, “the difference now is that there is real hope for next season. DF( Dougie Freedman) had too many issues to solve and too much ground to make up for us to ever sustain a challenge, but he has done a good job and all of us can see the progress he has made.”
Few, if any, promoted teams are ever 'ready' for promotion to the Premier League, but another season in the Championship may just be what Bolton need at this moment in time.
SINCE taking office almost five years ago President Barack Obama has never visited the nation which his government aids over $8million per day. That all changed this week though when he arrived in Tel Aviv; Israel. The visit included a speech which well and truly put behind him the decision he made four years ago to visit the Middle-East without stopping in Israel.
Obama took his opportunity in the region this time to highlight his nations’ "unshakeable support" for the Jewish state, whilst also asserting that “peace with the Palestinians is possible”.
This came only hours after a minister of one of Israel’s less pro-American neighbours; Iran issued a warning to Binyamin Netanyahu and his right-wing government. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was quoted as saying that any attack by Israel on Iran would result in a backlash, and that “the Islamic Republic will raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground”.
Many expected that when Obama became President in 2008, there would be a decrease in the backing of Israel by America. However, despite early attempts to build bridges in the Muslim world, it now seems that Obama now sees this as less of a priority.
In 2011 the USA cut its funding to UNESCO in response to the international organisations’ decision to recognise and admit the nation of Palestine to its ranks. Since then Israel has increased its number of illegal settlements in Gaza and the West Bank and is now in breach of more UN laws than any other nation on the planet.
Congress has passed laws which state that America should not give aid or trade arms with any nation in breach of human rights laws, therefore not only does the relationship between America and Israel anger people, it is also technically illegal within the US.
Images from Creative Commons, with permission for reuse.
By Adam Kerrigan
More Originals Than You Could Shake A Speare at...
A small collection of first edition Shakespeare works have been made available for the public at the historic John Rylands Library in Manchester. The plays, part of a collection that has never previously been on public display, have been made available for viewings after the decision was made to bring the classics out of storage.
The city centre library, built in 1900 in memory of John Rylands, a local entrpeneur and philanthropist, is one of the literary meccas in Britain as it boasts a vast collection of rare and priceless books such as James Joyce's original working of Ulysses in addtion to a number of personal notes of novelist Elizabeth Gaskell and atomic theorist John Dalton. The John Rylands Library, now part of the University of Manchester, can add original Shakespeares to the endless list of rare priceless collections that they possess- a list that even includes the reputed first ever Bible.
The Shakespearean collection has been situated at Rylands Library for a number of years yet, in order to maintain the original texts they have been encased and stored at a safe temperature of 16ºC, in order to combat humidity damage, since their arrival in 1977. Scholars who specialise in the works of Shakespeare have been able to view these copies but by a supervised appointment only. Both the texts and the covers have previously been subject to inspection and used for reference by literary historians on several occasions.
Library officials hope that the introduction of the Shakespeares into the public gallery will have a positive effect on the number of people that visit the 18th century library. Magaret Carson, part of the library team claims "It's a really positive move by the library to give these books back to the public, hopefully it can increase our popularity". When asked about other treasures that could be found beneath the building Ms Carson joked "I couldn't possibly tell you".
Such texts as Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice and The Winter's Tale appear in their original form in the 18th century neo-gothic building, in addition to a string of other works by the great British playwright. As you can see from the image below there are still a number of works that are yet to be revealed but already the fascinating collection is attracting much interest.
The public displays of this Shakespearean collection is to be a permanent feature at the John Rylands Library in Manchester and that, when allied to the vast collection of other rare texts that can be found on the glass-covered shelves in the public galleries will generate considerable interest not only in the library itself but in the heritage of British literature.
Protestors lined Manchester’s Piccadilly gardens last Saturday to unite against the Governments's proposed ‘bedroom tax’, which is set to come in in April.
The protest was the biggest in the country with over 1,500 people turning up. As well as the masses of people that were there intentionally, many pedestrians curious about the crowds joined to signed petitions and participated themselves.
The demonstration was one of 57 on the 16th that was organised by The Green Benches, a left wing blog that argues against what the coalition stands for. Dr. Eoin Clarke who runs the website expressed how the "cruel plans" would target the poorest in society.
So, what is bedroom tax?
Bedroom tax is a new proposal by the government in which they will cut benefits for tenants of council houses with spare bedrooms. The more spare bedrooms, the fewer benefits you will receive. (For the full break down of who will be affected follow this link.)
The government has claimed the savings to the taxpayer will be £505million between 2012-13 with the estimate that it will affect over 500,000 tenants.
The controversial cuts are seen by many as ludacris and show how little the conservatives have changed, with the proposal clearly expressing a tax the poor, not the rich attitude.
Ed Miliband, leader of the opposition said "this isn't about tough choices, it's about the wrong choices".
More marches will take place across the country on the 30th of this month.
See where the protests on Saturday 16th took place...
By Adam Kerrigan
The goal that never was: A too common occurrence in the 'beautiful game'?
Josep Blatter, the President of the international football governing body Fifa has begrudgingly annonuced that goal line technology (GLT) is to be used at both the 2013 Fifa Confederations Cup and 2014 Fifa World Cup respectively, both of which are to be hosted by Brazil. The introduction of this new technology comes after a string of high-profile incidents involving the disallowing of goals, most notably Frank Lampard's 'goal' against Germany at the Fifa World Cup at the Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein in 2010.
The Fifa Confederations Cup will provide a platform on which this technology can be tested and tweeked if necessary. Similar systems have already been tested at previous football events such as the Club World Cup yet, it has now been made official by the governing body and will be permanent feature throughout the modern world of football.
GoalRef and HawkEye are two of the systems that are to be adopted at the 2013 Fifa Confederations Cup as they seem to be the favourites to become the permanent providers of goal line technology. Elliot Caudron of GiveMeFootball.com believes "Both of these methods are considered to be very reliable and it is indeed very likely that one will be selected to permanently determine whether or not controversial goals will be given or denied".
A worrying number of match officials are becoming increasingly incompetent and ineffectual during matches and that was surely the catalyst behind the imminent introduction of this revolutionary technology. However, Fifa has assured the footballing world that there is no plan for the replacement of referees- the technology is there simply to assist the match officials. Furthermore, goal line technology advocates fairness with regards to the awarding of goals and battling the fan's paranoia of conspiracy as highlighted by Mr Caudron, "With the use of these technologies, important decisions can be made in an unbiased way".
Will the 'beautiful game' suffer due to GoalRef or HawkEye or will it grow and develop as a sport? Many avid football fans fear that the sporadic nature and speed of modern football will be lost. As with most things goal line technology does have its critics, foremost Fifa president Josep Blatter himself who was not initial supporter of these methods.
However, goal line technology convert, Blatter, recently claimed that the technology "is no longer an alternative, but a neccesity". Similar forms of this technology is thoroughly and succesfully adopted in other sports such as rugby and tennis without jeopardising the pace and quality of the game. For instance, the Welsh triumph over England at the RBS Six Nations recently hinged on a decision made by a similar system that is to be adopted in football which consequently demonstrates its effectiveness and the inevitable progression and development of the sport.
Be you an adversary or an advocate of goal line technology the world of football is stuck with it as of the summer of 2013 and after all the controversy it has sparked it seems that it might be a permanent fixture for the forseeable future.
MANCHESTER’S Piccadilly Gardens was awash with protestors on Saturday afternoon. Demonstrators nationwide took to the streets to argue against the governments’ proposal to change the way that housing benefits will be distributed throughout Britain.
The new proposal, which has been labelled the “bedroom tax” by the opposition Labour party, is set to be introduced in April, and has come in for severe criticism from the political left.
Essentially, under the new rules, any tenants of a council property will have their benefits cut if they are deemed by the governments “size criteria” to have more than enough rooms for the amount of people living there.
The proposal states that children under the age of 10 will be expected to share bedrooms. As will children of the same gender who are under the age of 16. Also there is no allowance for separated parents who wish to keep a spare room for when their child, or children visit.
The government claims that their plan will save on the 23 billion taxpayer's money which is spent by the government on welfare. However, critics are stating that because the new rules would only affect those who claim housing benefit, that this is a clear attack on the poor.
The proposal was labelled a “really nasty, vicious attack on working class people” by one protestor. He also added that “the rich are getting richer, and the rest of us are getting poorer, relatively speaking”.
The protest in Manchester was the largest in the country. Over 1,500 people turned up between the hours of 1pm and 3pm to show their anger at the governments’ plans. The protestors held banners and signs, and even created human-involved art-work to convey their message.
The introduction of the new housing policy is likely to continue to cause controversy past its prospective introduction next month.
All images used are original.
Click here to listen to the full interview.
Click here to read about one of the organisations behind many of the nation's demonstrations.
Good post and images Declan. This may be on your to do list, but you may want to use the link button to create a couple of links for further reading etc.Reply to comment
The lines between a blog and a piece of journalism have become very unclear over the years. For me the line is clear; It's not the platform they publish their work on, it's who writes it, what it's about and why?.
Bloggers have constantly been tarred with the brush that threatens their work's credibility.
A blogger is "an internet diary writer. Or more accurately, a whinging, wining, insecure, sympathy-craving, self-indulgent, self-important, over-privileged 'feeling: meh' scum of the internet/universe."
This stereotype of someone who sits alone in their bedroom and thinks, posts, shares, their radical often malicious opinions is something that is simply fabricated.
"Grain of truth"
Perkins, a media theorist said that "all stereotypes come from a grain of truth." Ok so some bloggers might have a strong opinion on something, but aren't we all entitled to our own opinion? Andrew Marr clearly thinks not!
Bloggs have changed rapidly since the blogger stereotype first came about. Newspapers have their own blog. Journalists have their own blog. I have my own blog. You have your own blog (Ok you might not but the person next to you does). The argument is blogging journalism comes down to what someone is writing about.
For me, the content of someone’s blog determines if it is a piece of journalism or not. It all depends on how newsworthy it is. Because after all, that’s what journalism is isn't it? -News.
A blogger (qualified journalist or not) can choose to write something on whatever they like! For example someone in the world can write about a specialist topic such as a specific type of earth. They can write posts on the subject for years. Then all of a sudden an earthquake somewhere on the other side of the world could happen as a result of that type of earth, and then what the blogger has posted becomes newsworthy. The world takes notice, it becomes news, because it's relevant with current affairs. This is the power of the internet. Scary.
The only difference between blogs and a journalism platform such as a newspaper is the credibility and trustworthiness of the source. But even that is changing now with the rise of citizen journalism.
Blogs are unique. We should celebrate them as we celebrate everyone’s differences. Ok so some blogs might not be prestige and professional. But there are millions of blogs out there. On all sorts of subjects as well!
Who cares if it's the news you're after or how to get to the next level of Angry birds! Blogs are cool.
Nice link to the chicken blog. Very enjoyable as a fowl enthusiastMar 12, 2013 : emily-rodgers Says:
I love angry birds, well doneReply to comment
Blogs and mainstream news are similar in many ways; they can both be thought-provoking, informative and entertaining but what sets blogging and news apart is that the keyboard of the blogger is his own to bash as he pleases, whilst qualified journalists have to tread with a great deal more care when it comes to publising their work. But while a war between the two continues to be fought over the internet, surely its time for them to lay down thier keyboards and come to some sort of truce.
Blogging is mainstream news on steroids. Combining fact with opinion to entertain their audience, get people talking and taking no prisoners. The common missconception of bloggers is that they are all hate-filled literary mavericks with an axe to grind, many are in fact aspiring journalists simply in search of that first greasy rung of the ladder in the hope that one day they will join the likes of George Alagia and Fiona Bruce at the top and be taught the age old art of impartiality.
Andrew Marr is one journalist who has been extremely outspoken in his views on bloggers, describing them as 'pimpled', 'inadequate' and 'very drunk people, spewing late at night'. This understandably sparked a degree of unrest amongst the ever-growing blogging fraternity - many of whom are actualy quite smooth skinned and sober - prompting NME blogger Luke Lewis to retort with the wit and coherency that is now widely associated with many online blogs.
The fact that many well established and respected members of the Journalism world now have their own blogs goes some way to silenceing people like Andrew Marr and whilst the likes of Robert Peston and Jeff Stelling are infinitely more experienced than I in terms of publishing online content, it is somewhat comforting to know that these people must, at least, be just as pimpled and inadequate as me.
I like the use of hyperlinks in this blog and direct quotes from people who have made an opinion. It's been written well and gets straight to the point. A good example of when blogging wins!Mar 12, 2013 : Sofia Rewilak Says:
Really clear arguments and well thought outMar 12, 2013 : sam-rosbottom Says:
Mainstream news on steroids! Love that! I like how you have clearly made your points and justified them through your links.Mar 12, 2013 : Malado Says:
Love it, it readableMar 12, 2013 : lukejohnsmith Says:
Clear and well argued. Your use of hyper links reinforce your arguments well.Reply to comment
Is blogging journalism? Yes and no. Not all bloggers are journalists and not all blogs are journalism. But some bloggers are journalists and some blogs are journalism. Still keeping up with me on this one?
Some blogs are incisive, analytical and almost certainly opinionated. They can be informative and entertaining. More than that, they can cut to the heart of an issue with such precision as a news story could never hope to match. While a news story must be even handed and fair (as far as the journalist who writes it can achieve anyway) a blog can be much more extreme with its content, it can be scathing or heap praise upon its target. A blog is what the writer wants to say, a news article is what the people need to hear.
Plenty of prominent journalists have a blog of their own, it allows them the freedom to be critical. Channel 4's top newsreader Jon Snow has a blog of his own and describes it as "a liberating thing" though he recognises the dangers that come with freedom on the internet. The "Snowblog" on the after effects of the Savile scandal allows him to comment and criticise in a way not possible in his more typical occupation of newsreading.
Blogs also allow a greater freedom through non-traditional formats. What a blogger does is in their own time (or when their boss isn't looking) and limited only by the writers creativity. This blog on the subject of journalists vs bloggers uses twitter posts to get the point across rather than just being a wall of text. Would you see this often as a news article?
On the other hand (look at me being all even handed and fair) blogging isn't always journalism (I did say this earlier). It might just be someone mouthing off an opinion with the internet as their stage. Andrew Marr doesn't think highly of bloggers, going so far as to call them "inadequate, pimpled and single" (how rude!) while at the Cheltenham Literary Festival.
Mr Marr might not like the blog-warriors of this world and may have some choice words to describe them but once you get past the vitriol he does make some astute points. After all, not all blogs are journalism.
There you have it boys and girls, my surprisingly even handed (shut up, yes it is) blog on whether blogging is journalism. I'll let you read the articles and decide for yourself.
professional and conversational at the same timeMar 11, 2013 : SirJoeHarker Says:
Why thank you Robbie. Though a little lesson in capital letters may not go amiss for you.Mar 11, 2013 : emilyhowett Says:
Great blog with lots of interesting arguments not conversational enough and all your posh words are a bit too much to read sometimes!!!Mar 11, 2013 : SirJoeHarker Says:
Posh words? You pick on me merely because I am a well spoken gentleman and this translates to my writing? I find that rather unkind as a criticism and it lacks insight as to the content.Mar 12, 2013 : taaliah Says:
Great post, lots of informed opinion and useful links:)Reply to comment
Natures Woodbots are rising from the leaves....I caught a rare sighting of this one, in the woods this morning!
This not so little Woodbot is inspired by vintage toy robots. I hate wasting wood, and always have little off cuts of quality hardwoods and tropical woods left over from my furniture projects....I wanted to give life to this otherwise wasted wood, so I got creative with it...this is the result!
I plan to create a range of these Woodbots....Goodbots and Badbots! All the Woodbots I produce, will be unique, and hand made by myself! I'm quite excited to get get started on 'The First Invasion'.....they will be available to buy on the launch of redthumbprint.co.uk in June, along with Furniture, and other wooden objects designed and made myself.
To keep up to date with Red Thumb Print and be in with a chance of winning a prize for the launch of redthumbprint.co.uk , Like the Red Thumb Print Facebook page and help support and spread the word....Hand Made Furniture with Personality....Designed and Made by One Man....A Man with a Red Thumb Print!
Thank You for taking the time to view my work.
I had high hopes for this day.Were they completely unfounded?
The image of the clapped-out, old mini-van draped from bumper to bumper in the
sky blue of Manchester City sticks in my mind even today, as on the one hand I felt
a sense of excitement for the upcomng events yet, on the other hand a sense of 'what
on earth is that heap of crap?'
Having climbed into this 'death trap' and plonked myself down on the suspiciously dirty
seat I finaly got what it was like to travel in luxury... In the 18th century!
I failed to mention the shortcomings of said transport as I did not wish to cast a cloud over
the nigh on half day journey down to the capital. It would only have caused a tiresome
tirade of tantrums and that when allied to the vast consumption of alcohol that was to
occur would most definitely spark a jolly old disagreement of the pugilist sort.
So there we were speeding down the M... something; intoxicated by the atmosphere (or
perhaps the crate of Carling) high on the camaraderie and in generally good spirit when
Vomitting into a carrier bag is hardly dignified or the hallmark of a good day out...
That cloud I mentioned before was well and truly cast over the fellow travellers. There is
nothing worse than a little, fat kid projectile vomitting bile and acid around to halt and kill
fun in the most tortorous and excruciating of manners.
The carrier bag, warm from my stomach lining and disembowelled liver was exiled to the
back of the 'fun bus'; as far as possible from 'John the Jock' who required smelling salts after
bravely, or possibly stupidly peering into the increasingly heavy and ghastly bag.
Several hours and two-stone later we finally escaped the mini-vomitorium and continued on
the underground system of London on our last leg of the arduous journey. Having thrown-up,
shall we say 'consistently' for the duration we had reached our destination and the sense of
excitement was finally starting to reer its head.
I could not feel anything other than guilt and trepidation for the poor soul whose job it was to
empty that tube station's bin as they would have been greeted by my breakfast staring back up
at them but nobody nor I was prepared to carry a shopping bag of gut around all day.
I remember the magnificent sight of those two famous white towers looming over the populous
Wembley Way with the flags a' waving on top. The sound of fans chanting and talking amongst
themselves in an attempt to predict the final score ceated a symphony of noise that remains with
me to this day. Along with the vast array of colour of scarves, flags, banners, hats and jerseys
spawned a Jackson Pollock-esque canvas into which all the tones had blended.
The pattering of excited feet rushing up the interior metal stairs created a huge noise similar to that
of raucous, never-ending applause.
The game was going as badly as could be expected for the Manchester City team of the 1990s, one
might say that they were being dominated as if they were Max Clifford in a Soho dungeon (allegedly).
And, oh....... GOOOOAAALLLL!!! City take it to penalties with thanks to the persistence of one Paul
Dickov. You Beauty.
Tension so profound that you could simply see the anxiety etched over the faces of the travelling
supporters and the once garish and raucous crowd had fallen silent not daring to utter a single word.
Who needs that?
"We need this saving Nicky. We need this saving son", I remember my father saying not to add any
pressure Nicky Weaver, the goalkeeper. He steps up. He swings. He misses. Weaver saves it down
to his right. A Seaman-like save scooping it off the line wins the match for Manchester City!!
The crowd explodes in a flurry of exctement and begins to roar and chant as my father lifts me above
his head as he dances around with his mates. Grown men brought to tears over this momentous and
Gillingham 2- 2 Manchester City (Manchester City wins on penalties 4-5)
Motion sickess or possibly meningitis (we never did find out) was well worth enduring just to see that
glorious sight. And had City not won I would have been as sick as a parrot regardless.
Hi Adam, good post, just check you have permission to use the images.Reply to comment
Last semester i completed my latest short film with two other fellow students.
The film was shot over a few months on different locations during mid 2012. This is the second film i have ever made with no budget at all! My main roles during filming were Director and Cinematography, I was also Assistant Producer and Assistant Editor throughout.
I am happy with what we achieved but looking back now there are many things that could have been improved but being honest, i am never satisfied with my own work.
Take a look for yourself and let me know what you think!
A Commision to edit and grade footage together to produce 2 professional music video for Established Tech Metal band, The Human Abstract. Links to view both Videos can be found below. Currently both Videos have a combined total of 70,000 views!!
Short Film I co-created for a university project in the first semester of my 2nd year. the trailer has had almost 20,000 combined views, both the original trailer and the final film can be found in the link below.
Commisioned to Compose and produce a sound track and sound design for a up and coming indepent game 'Abstractanks'.
By: Nikolay Stoychev