Neemis 

member since 06/20/2008 | last login 10/13/2011

I am a childrens writer and now write and direct for screen. I made my first short film in the summer 2009(Legs 11) and this has now given me the film making bug. Finished my second short film 'Katie's Dad' 2010 which...

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I am a childrens writer and now write and direct for screen. I made my first short film in the summer 2009(Legs 11) and this has now given me the film making bug. Finished my second short film 'Katie's Dad' 2010 which was selected for 13 film festivals and won 3 Awards.

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Reviews by Neemis 61

  • by Neemis on 07/27/2009
    I really enjoyed this short film on the life and work of Michael Andrew. It was well shot and the backing music added real depth. In fact the music really carried the piece along. It was great the way you cut into photos and other images - it made the film interesting and moved it along quickly. Well done.
  • A review of Gumball
    by Neemis on 05/18/2009
    Great first attempt at a short. I thought the screen screen stuff worked well. The story was original and well thought out. I wasn't quite sure about the ending. Were they still in the machine or out in the real world? The camera work and lighting was good and so were the actors - especially the child. Well done and look forward to seeing more of your work... read
  • A review of Price of Vengeance
    by Neemis on 04/12/2009
    I enjoyed this short. The production values were excellent and all the shots were professional looking. My only critisim is that the plot seemed more for a feature rather than a short. We didn't get to know enough about the characters to either like or hate them. But the short was still very watchable and I enjoyed it.
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Comments About Neemis 5

  • **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 09/11/2011

    Hi, just wanted to say thanks for sharing your thoughts. Have a good one.
  • **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 12/30/2008

    Thanks for your review of Ku-Bay. A series of connected events IS a story, if there is a denouement, a moment of truth...a coming together of events. Ku-Bay survives his journey and makes it into a new land and finds a bride. Thus, Ku-Bay IS a story. And I DO know a little about my subject. Thanks for noticng!
  • bartnkoda on 12/27/2008

    Thanks for reading the script. Obviously, we all have different tastes in movies based on our exposure to different things in life. No worries.

    Best of luck in your endeavors.
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