– Summary – Director : David Sandberg Year Of Release : 2015 Principal Cast : David Sandberg, Jorma Taccone, Steven Chew, Leopold Nilsson, Adreas Cahling, […]
Every so often, something comes along that really freaks my geek. By that, I mean I see it, and know I’ve seen something special. Super […]
I know, I know, we don’t often promote films or ask for donations here at fernbyfilms.com, but this time, we’re gonna slide this one in […]
This years Beneath The Earth short film competition was an undoubted success – just check out the quality of the entrants and short list of films to choose from. While perhaps not achieveing the same broad-spectrum appeal as, say, Tropfest, BTE gave us some truly extraordinary short films this year, each with a style and individuality unique to their respective filmmakers. That’s the thing about short films, I guess: the filmmaker responsible has the ability to tell the story he/she wants without the constraints of studio interference or hinderance.
As I announced at the start of the year, yours truly has been selected as a member of the Grand Jury on this year’s Beneath The Earth Film Festival, and have spent the day watching and reflecting on the newly uploaded selection of films to judge on. As a judge, I rate each film on a selection of criteria, including story, editing, acting, soundtrack and the like. Voting for the public is also open via Facebook, so do these amateur filmmakers a favor and check out some of their material.
Mind boggling, powerful, confusing and stylish, The Animatrix is perhaps the ultimate way of extending the Matrix franchise beyond the three-film core. Each short film is animated differently, each story takes us somewhere new within the Matrix concept, and all are undoubtedly remarkable for their breadth of scope and style. If you enjoy the Matrix Trilogy, then the Animatrix is essential viewing.
Evening folks! Tonight, we wanted to show you something special – the latest in our continuing series of photo montages based around our only daughter, […]
Back at the end of last year, I posted a couple of videos montaging my daughter Mikayla. Well, here’s the latest edition. It’s selfish, non-film […]
From the clever dudes as College Humour comes this little clip, showing just what might happen should The Nightmare Before Christmas suddenly become The Nightmare […]
Hi all! You may remember a short video I uploaded of my daughter, Mikayla, in photo montage! Well, now here’s the latest instalment, as she […]
Hilarious rap version outlining the plot of the original Back To The Future!! It’s hilarious, and you deserve to watch it. Beware, though, the song […]
A litle self-obsessive video-graphy today folks; I’m going to be a little selfish and post the video of my daughter, Mikayla, having a turgle and […]
Hello all!! Well, those following the evolution of our short film Schoolyard Justice will be happy to know that a version is now available to […]
THUNDERSTRUCK – 2004 Made in about twenty minutes at Culburra, in South Eastern South Australia, David boon and myself filmed this little homage to his […]
Last night, the official (delayed) Launch Party for Schoolyard Justice took place, as an invite only event to which the key cast and crew, plus […]
Local dance station Fresh FM graciously gave Mick and I air time this morning to promote Schoolyard Justice. Below is the interview in full, with […]
Just a quick post to let you know that tomorrow, Wednesday 9th July, Mick Kubler and I will be interviewed on Fresh FM from about […]
Let me start off by saying how impressed by it I was. Any critique runs the risk of leaving a negative impression on the reader, […]
A quick update on the initial comments we have received about Schoolyard Justice, almost all have been universally positive, which is something I never expected. […]
For those who have been hiding under a rock, the short film Schoolyard Justice is now up at the official website, www.syjmovie.com. I suggest you […]