Monday, 29 March 2010
I have met so many lovely people, along the way while making this film! Today I just wanted to say a big thankyou to Niall, who has given me a collection of old T.Vs to brighten my blogs and posts. Its still availiable to anyone who wants it, for the next few days. Simply download the whole collection from 'You Send It'; http://download.yousendit.com/RmNDQ3Q2UENKV1B2Wmc9PQ
And Niall can also be found at http://www.wix.com/6ixholes/niallx-home.
Its a truely interesting website, and if I'd had a budget, I may well have asked this man to do some of the work for me! Dont forget to visit me at http://www.houseboat-tv.co.uk/
The current episode 'Jonathan Graig' is due to change, so if you've not seen it...its a must!
Friday, 19 March 2010
Rosemarie Houseboat TV, as a development platform for the documentary 'The Many Romances with Rosemarie', has been featured on the Devon and Cornwall Film social networking website today. If you want to know more about the project, this will deffinately provide you with a greater insight.
Devon + Cornwall Film regularly blog on locally produced films, events or on productions coming into the area to use it as a location. If you are involved in film or just want to know whats happening near you then come on board! Or find me at http://www.houseboat-tv.co.uk/
Monday, 1 March 2010
My friend Nick Duffy has kindly offered to interview me for the film 'The many romances with Rosemarie'. I'm not sure about this as it may turn the documentary into an autobiographical, but I'd love to know what you think. I did live on the Rosemarie for about 1 year when I was just 3yrs old, and Nick has already helped me to film an interview with my folks (all for impartiality).
This is a picture of me in the red, with my friend Alisia. Dad is in the background with Henry the basset hound, having a break from working in the boatshed, must have been mum taking this pic.