STAR WARS ORIGINS....
From making Star Wars fan films on VHS to becoming a professional director...
In this video I'll be telling to the reasons why I'm making the film and show some of my first shorts where I dress up as a Jedi and play with plastic lightsabers to show my origins (see what I did there?) as a filmmaker. Yes, that's actually me as a 14 year old. Be kind!
🎥 Follow the making of STAR WARS ORIGINS, a 'love letter' to Star Wars, Indiana Jones and the action adventure genre. I'm a director of over 100 television commercials and 5 feature films and I'll be documenting the whole experience and I try and make the most ambitious and difficult film I've ever made.
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Join me on this journey. I may need the moral support!
STAR WARS ORIGINS is a non-profit fan film that is not affiliated to Disney or the Star Wars franchise. A Philm Co / Velvet Film Co-Production.
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I'm a features and commercials director with over 10 years experience working professionally. In that time I've directed five feature films which have been released by Sony Pictures, Lionsgate & Netflix as well as over 100 television commercials. Most notably I wrote and directed the psychological thriller THE LAST SHOWING starring Robert "Freddy Krueger" England in a critically acclaimed role alongside Finn "Iron Fist" Jones. My work has also been praised by the likes of Carrie Fisher, Garry Marshall and Steven Spielberg. Yep, the actual one. Is that enough name dropping for you? :) 😉
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Music by Dana Boul - "Endless" from the album "Blue Piano". Used under Creative Commons.
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