Scratchy Dragon 

member since 07/02/2003 | last login 01/04/2011

I studied the history of Film and Photography at Manchester Met University. Since graduating I have been living and working in London. I have a broad test in films and really like old 1930's comedies, including those done by The Marx Brothers...

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I studied the history of Film and Photography at Manchester Met University. Since graduating I have been living and working in London. I have a broad test in films and really like old 1930's comedies, including those done by The Marx Brothers and Laurel & Hardy. I am working on several short films and a couple of feature lenght scripts. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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Reviews by Scratchy Dragon 44

  • A review of Anonymous
    by Scratchy Dragon on 12/19/2006
    I think the idea for this short is really good, but it hasn't been executed that well. I think it's to short and doesn't develop the story. The ending didn't make that much sense either and I was left wondering what had really gone on. But there is great potential here and I really liked the stylised footage at the beginning. I think the whole film could have been produced... read
  • A review of Just Desserts
    by Scratchy Dragon on 08/07/2006
    The first thing that comes across with this short film is its high production values. It is very well made and it's good to see this high level of craft. The acting was good which always helps the over all quality of any film, short or feature length. Although I thought the actual story line could have been developed a little bit more. For example we could have been made to... read
  • A review of UNFINISHED SYMPHONY
    by Scratchy Dragon on 08/04/2006
    When I first started watching this I thought it was going to pretty boring and an abstract piece that wouldn't make any sense. But by about half way through my interested had picked up and I was starting to figure out how the people related to each other. This is really interesting for there was no dialogue but through the emotions and actions of the man I guessed the child... read
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