So I take one of me usual hiatuses, and what happens? The world goes to hell! Oh well. Hence the question—back to what? Not smoking ruins. Not just yet, anyway.
Oh, I didn’t even post the third & fourth episodes of Birmingham Now, did I? Okay…
Episode three (February) can be view here, and episode four (March) can be viewed here. Needless to say, while we all struggle against the scourge of the Black Death, the show is on indefinite hiatus. We did shoot most of an April episode but it became largely redundant, and if/when it returns… it’s very likely we’ll take a different approach. Steve and I have talked about this a bit. But no point thinking about it for now.
I have been doing a few things, though, including a bit of portrait art. Which I need to get scanned. I’ll be back when I do.
I thought it was time to cobble together some kind of showreel… this covers various filmed work done since 2016, headed obviously by the current efforts on Birmingham Now. Feedback is welcome!
Is it the second one already?! Time flies! A couple of nice interviews, IMO, this time round.
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So we started shooting episode two of Bham Now today—back at Uprawr Studios for Des’s featured artist for January, Thomas Atlas. Here’s a snapshot!
The first episode of Bham Now is live! Great learning curve!! Turned out pretty well, I think, and the next one will be even better!
And as always: subscribe to Bham Now YouTube channel here and Vamporama Films channel here!!
The main shoot for the first ep of Bham Now happened today at the Jam House Birmingham. Here’s a shot of Des & Gary “on set”.
BTW, check out the official Website at brum-now.uk. And again: subscribe to Bham Now YouTube channel here and Vamporama Films channel here.
Aaand today, we did an interview with local horror guys Alan Birch and Al Smith for ep1 of Bham Now! Another teaser follows!!
Today we shot an interview with local singer Rebecca Downes, conducted by Des Tong, for the first episode of Bham Now. Here’s a quick teaser!
So, over at Vamporama Films, we’ve been working on a new online magazine show concept, to be presented by fellow Big Centre TV alumni and local legends, Des Tong and Gary James.
Last Wednesday (Oct 2nd), we shot a promo video for same, which you can view below… and please, go subscribe to the new channel here, and while you’re at it sub to the Vamporama Films channel here, too! Thanks.