I’m 24, a post-graduate filmmaker, amateur rapper and crisp-crunching enthusiast.
Recently I saw an advert for gendered crisps for women that don’t crunch – because women apparently “don’t like crunching in public”.
I disagree, I love crunching crisps. I wanna be unapologetic about it.
I’m gonna be LOUD AND PROUD. So I decided to make this film!
I’ve experienced a range of work, including music/theatre performance, and working at the IBC for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014. I recently made a hip-hop protest film with media co-op, called Tax on Me.
My dream is to live on a boat and establish a production company of my own, making awesome films and travelling round the world.
Check out my work at my website http://www.kkreative.co.uk – coming soon – and my #Spinraza4all campaign!
One sincere minute of an old widow
Matthew D Gilpin is a Writer, Director, and Actor based in Bristol, UK. After graduating from The University of Westminster’s Film and Television program, specialising in Editing and Sound, he began to direct his own short films.
I like to focus on shorter, more finely crafted pieces, rather than longer ones. I’d rather make a clean, powerful 2 minute film than a messy, unfocused feature.
In a city of rain, darkness, and despair, one woman’s secret is at risk. How will she hide it?
Riccardo Oggioni was born in Monza (Italy) in 1958. He is a doctor and began taking nature photos about forty-five years ago. He is specializes in Macro photography but also some pictures of birds, mammals and landscapes. His photographs are today mainly managed by Alamy agency and his videos by agency Pond5. In 2001 he published his first book “Acque”, in the series Fotografi per Natura by Pubblinova ed. Negri. He mainly uses NIKON equipment for photo shoots and NIKON, CANON, SONY and Adobe for videos equipment.