Category Archives: TV
Herewith, a blogburp about collaboration, and being cross-disciplinary an’ that. In the last year or so I’ve been involved in screenwriting, making music, theatre, audio drama, film and pervasive media. So this is a wander around all of those, and the alleyways in between.
If you’re enough of a glutton for punishment to read the whole […]
Hey hey. Above, a photo from the production of and the line goes dead at Battersea Arts Centre. Apologies if you were in the audience either night, and were unlucky enough to get ‘rained’ on. The NY-based artist Ann Liv Young was taking a post-show shower upstairs, and… what can I say? — apparently the […]
This is the first image from The Dead Phone, a stageplay I’m writing for the Inbetween Time Festival 2010.
It’s been a scattershot week. Good and productive for it. But to give you a picture, woven in and around the day job, I’ve had -
Thursday: Writing the first drafts of The Dead Phone. It’s a series […]
Questions, questions, questions.
So here’s my emailinterview (einterview?) with Time Out, all about DVD addiction (Deevadeection?)
PDF of the actual item here: Time Out DVD interview
And below, the full unexpurgated version of the original Q&A, unedited due to reasons of space.
How many DVDs have you got? And how do you organise them?
This question is blatantly an aide […]