London To Brighton : Best British Film Of The Year

London To Brighton : Best British Film Of The Year
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A few years ago, I was a partner of a small film production company with a couple of guys called Paul Williams and Ben Moulden. You could have described us...

Guy Brighton
  • 4 december 2006

A few years ago, I was a partner of a small film production company with a couple of guys called Paul Williams and Ben Moulden. You could have described us the usual upstarts except none of our peers had the dark and gritty creativity Paul had, nor the cinematic vision Ben held. We spent a year together making music videos for record companies with crap budgets, viral films for brands with even less cash, time pitching for finance for a feature Paul wrote called The Cottage. We also made a short film that Paul wrote in a few days and Ben shot on 35mm film for just $2,000 which managed to get premiered at Sundance.

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