Is This a Question? Is This an Answer? is an experimental, post-modern, reflexive film exploring the process and... more
I've recently graduated from a Film and Video BA (Hons) course at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design in England. I'm currently working on the script for my fist feature film, and am in post on three films, two of which...
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I've recently graduated from a Film and Video BA (Hons) course at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design in England. I'm currently working on the script for my fist feature film, and am in post on three films, two of which are being made by my company Tiga Kali Studio (see www.tigakalistudio.co.uk for more info). My taste in films is pretty wide, and I like both mainstream and arthouse material. My favourite directors include: Carl Th. Dreyer, Stanley Kubrick, Tim Burton, Martin Scorsese, Steven Soderbergh, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Richard Linklater and Ingmar Bergman. Mainly, I just like films which engage successfully on either an emotional or an intellecual level (or both!). As well as films I'm into music and reading, but aren't we all? My favourite bands include The Wildhearts, Less Than Jake, Metallica and Pantera, and my favourite authors include Nikos Kazantzakis, William Thackeray, Douglas Coupland, Alan Moore and Brian Michael Bendis.
Reviews by albaz 27
A review of The Ballad of Bernie Bearby albaz on 12/12/2006In my opinion, this film is a bit mixed in terms of quality, but overall I thought that it came out well. There was a nice vein of rich, dark humour running throughout, which I enjoyed. Also, the story and the basic idea were solid. Elements of the script worked well, others less so: for example, in the second section, when the guy is being really rude to his wife, the characters... read
A review of The Furnitureby albaz on 12/06/2006In my opinion, ĎThe Furnitureí succeeds on the level that it was intended to (which I believe is, ultimately, the most important level for a film to succeed on!). The film was amusing, the images had a nice texture to them, and the in-camera effects were impressively done. Overall I thought it was a well crafted piece: nice lighting, editing, sound, etc, and all professionally... read
A review of Zilchby albaz on 11/15/2006This was great. The script was very smart and very funny, and kept me entertained and interested throughout. If I had to criticise then Iíd say that some of the cuts seemed a bit false and I found a couple of them a bit jarring, and Iíd also say that overall this seems like a film which will play better to filmmakers than to a wider audience. So, somewhere like Trigger Street... read