I heart Toronto

I relocated to Toronto about 10 weeks ago and have to congratulate myself on a brilliant choice of city. So far I’ve been set dresser on a Hallmark Christmas movie (yes, every bit as cheesy as it sounds), on set props/set dresser for a charming little indie short, and set dresser for an indie feature with a gobsmacking art department crew. Plus, one of the … Continue reading I heart Toronto

Solitary – showing us how it’s done

The feature film Solitary, which we shot in Portsmouth in late 2013, premiered on Jan 7th and is already a hit. Here are Sarina Taylor (producer, actor), Sasha Krane (director) and Katharine McEwan (writer, actor, producer) showing off their new mantel ornaments from the Idyllwild International Festival Of Cinema. Best Feature, Best Screenplay and Best Actress in a Feature (Sarina). The film was also nominated for Best Original Score – … Continue reading Solitary – showing us how it’s done

Look Back In Anger

Look Back In Anger was one of the first British plays to portray working class life. Household chores appeared on stage for the first time. Alison’s ironing board became iconic. The play is about the frustration of an educated young man confronted with the impenetrable class system and dearth of opportunities in postwar Britain. Jimmy longs for a cause that would give his life meaning. At … Continue reading Look Back In Anger

Twinkle Shines

Twinkle, one of my favourite projects from 2012, has hit the festival circuit this year with great success. Official Selection at NYLA International Film Festival 2014 and Winner of the Audience Choice Award at Brooklyn Girl Film Festival 2014. It’s a film with huge heart put together by beautiful people to make the world a better place, exactly the kind of film we all hope … Continue reading Twinkle Shines