Watch Dambusters on 4OD

If you missed Dambusters on Channel 4, you can watch it on 4OD until they take it down, which will hopefully be at some point in the distant future! Watch it here.

Dambusters on Channel 4 Tonight!

After almost a year of hard work, our film about the Dambusters in which a team of engineers and pilots recreate the famous bouncing bomb is finally going to be on TV! ‘Dambusters: Building The Bouncing Bomb’ will be on Channel 4 at 8pm tonight. And it was awesome to see a massive splash of the DC-4 on the Channel 4 homepage…

Clips from Dambusters now on YouTube

I have spent the last year of my life working with an awesome team of people from Windfall Films, Cambridge University and Buffalo Airways to try and recreate the iconic Dambusters raid from World War II. When then faced the even trickier task of trying to make a film out of the hundreds of hours of footage. The film will be broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK on 2nd May and internationally over the coming months. Channel 4 have released a couple of taster clips which were skillfully put together by my producer, Tom Cook, and myself on a …

Watch Ladders Online – in HD

Thank you to everyone who came to the screening of Ladders at the BFI, special thanks to those who laughed. The Q&A afterwards was a bit of a strange experience – I wasn’t entirely sure anybody was really interested in what I had to say about the nature of filmmaking, so I mainly ended up cracking bad jokes. When I started making Ladders I never thought I would end up sitting on a panel with Guy from The Full Monty, but this is an experience I will treasure. For those of you who couldn’t make it, you can now watch …

Ladders at the London Short Film Festival

This January the film I wrote and co-directed with Alistair McMeekin will be showing at the BFI Southbank as part of the London Short Film Festival. ‘Ladders’ will be shown alongside a number of other short films on the subject of growing up and coming-of-age so it promises to be a great afternoon. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director of the festival, Philip Ilson, and some of the filmmakers, including Alistair and myself. I’ll be at the back nodding and trying to look intelligent. Tickets and more information about the event can be found on …

Plinth Broadcast Wins Bronze Student Radio Award

The special edition of Arts Attack which came live from Trafalgar Square last summer came third in the Best Outside Broadcast category at last night’s Student Radio Awards. Fair enough, bronze isn’t the shinest of prizes but seeing as the award was sponsored by Galaxy we were amazed that our arts and culture show even got a mention. And Kate and I got to dress up and attend a swanky awards ceremony at the IndigO2, the highlight of which was Tim Westwood expressing his confusion at being asked to present the award for Best Station Sound (“Think Westwood… Think Station …

Arts Attack – Latitude Special

For a very special edition of Arts Attack, Kate and I headed to Latitude festival in Suffolk where we managed to catch up with Adam Buxton, Kevin Eldon, Josie Long, the School of Life, the RSC and Saddler’s Wells! It’s like the greatest edition of Arts Attack ever, and it was recorded in a field! Have a listen on Mixcloud… Arts Attack – Latitude Special by Roundhouse Radio on Mixcloud

Short Films for Microsoft Research

Microsoft Research Cambridge have just uploaded two videos to their YouTube which I produced and directed for them earlier this year. They are slightly geeky but hopefully there’s enough to keep any technophobes amongst you interested. Let me know what you think! F# – Putting the fun in functional programming. Embracing Uncertainty – How a computer can learn to be intelligent. Credits… Executive Producer: David Dugan Producer / Director: Joe Myerscough Director of Photography: Jason Cuddy Editor: Duncan O’Neill Researcher: Dominic Rees-Roberts Follow the links to YouTube to watch the videos in HD!

Blast From The Past

For Christmas my Dad dug out some of the old animated films I made when I was in primary school and had them transferred to DVD for me. In the post Christmas Day depression I took one of my favourites and added some titles and a soundtrack of sorts, let me know what you think. If you think it’s rubbish, that’s ok, I was nine when I shot it.

Once We Had A Rocket at the IWM

For anyone who hasn’t heard me talking about this on a constant basis, the documentary I produced with Mat Stracy for my MSc in Science Media Production, Once We Had A Rocket, has won the Audience Poll at the Eighth Imperial War Museum Student Film Competition. A huge, massive thank you to everybody who went to see it and voted for it. As a result, the film will be showing at the IWM Cinema in Lambeth until mid-January. If you’re in London and a bit bored, why not go and see it? It’s free! The film is showing at the …