The Last Coke Of The Desert is a film I just came across quite randomly on Tumblr. It was shot simply on an iPod Touch and then edited and colour graded in Final Cut X. It really goes to show that you can make a film about anything and that, given the quality of this, there really is no excuse to go out there and create. This is what Worcestershire Film Festival is all about.
Screening arthouse, avant-garde, Film Noir, Underground and Cult movies, cinema-verite, independent and World Cinema all at Worcester Arts Workshop. Also artists films.
Fortnightly evening screenings.
Pay on the door or buy a season pass for £25
Very excited to post a teaser for another local film coming out for release soon. It’s called How To Become A Criminal Mastermind and it’s a crime comedy directed by Henry Scriven. You can follow the film on Facebook and a link to their website is below.
In debt and out of options, FREDDIE hires a professional crime coach, BAINBRIDGE, to train him in the art of being a criminal.
We are really pleased to post details of a locally made film, called Evelyn. If you have made any films, please contact us and we will promote it in any way we can!
‘evelyn’ is a story of death and birth.
The film is a portrait of a young woman’s experience of loss, while exploring & experimenting with the fabric of time and reality.
Evelyn is in her late twenties and pregnant. Her car breaks down in the middle of the woods and she has no way of contacting anyone. She forces herself not to panic and decides to work out what to do next, she begins to hear the cries of a child coming from the trees. She is lured into the woods by the sound, falling into a chaotic subconscious un-reality.