BAOBHAN SITH REVIEW
Baobhan Sith has a great review in episode 47 of the Cult Movie Show podcast, 26th Aug 2017. The review begins at 1:15:00 and you can listen it here on iTunes You can also listen to it here on YouTube
Developing new project Doctresses, both as a TV series and the two part pilot The Book of Skulls. It's a gender bending period crime drama. Premise: set in 1870’s Edinburgh, where there are riots over women becoming doctors, a medical student becomes a forensic doctor’s assistant, only to discover that the “male” doctor is her mother. The two women help the police to solve crimes using early forensics.
Baobhan Sith is a comedy/horror feature based on a family curse.
A filmmaker and her daughter are coerced to help an island laird lift a curse from his wife.
World premiere screening of Baobhan Sith on 29th Jan 2017 at the Horror-On-Sea International Film Festival. The Edinburgh premiere was at the Banshee Labyrinth on 4th Feb 2017.
A TAIL OF TWO SISTERS
Our short film A Tail of Two Sister premiered on Thurs 25th May,2017 at the Cameo Cinema Edinburgh as part of the 48hr Film Project. Danielle Farrow won the Best Actress Award. Its Lindsay McGee's directorial debut and also stars Greg Drysdale and Joanna Kaczynska.
SEORDAG & THE DEADGIRLS
Exhibition of new paintings + silent screening of Baobhan Sith. 24th Apr - 2nd Jun, 2017, Cameo Cinema Bar, Edinburgh.
Graders screened at the Swedish International Film festival,4th to 8th July 2016.
Graders is available on DVD via Striped Entertainment
BBC News 22.10.11
Newsweek Poland 17.10.11
The Northern Times 7.10.11
Graders was written when I was on the MA at Screen Academy Scotland.
The Eyedoll Productions team wrote,shot, and edited Gentle Kisses; a Film Noir set in an allotment, for the 2010 48hour film festival. Starring Danielle Farrow and Greg Drysdale. DOP J. Daniel Pacey. Written by April-Wendy Hayes, Eleni Daskalaki, Gill White, Brenda Robles, Gareth Peevers. Music by Eilidh MacKenzie . Sound technician James Wheeler.Co-produced by Gareth Peevers. Directed and edited by myself. Watch the video on Shooting People.
One of my e-toads at the Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh. Exhibition runs from Sat 30th Oct to 15th Dec, 2010.
The InArt Collective's new exhibition is at Oceam Terminal, Edinburgh from1st Dec to 31st Dec 2010. Artists: Anjila Wilson,James Page,Cathy Bell,Maureen MacLeod and myself. The graphics were designed by Grant Wilson.
UPGRADE NEW YORK
21st May2009. Zombie Lick showing as part of B-Sides through New Media Scotland. at Eyebeam, New York.
VISIONS IN THE NUNNERY
Carousel is showing at Visions in the Nunnery. Selected by Tessa Garland and Cinzia Cremona , Visions 09 features 56 artists from 12 different countries to highlight an exciting art form thriving with enthusiasm and challenges. Opening times:Sat 23rd-Sun 24th May, Sat 30th-Sun 31st May 12 noon -6.00pm. Critical Forum: Sun 24th May 3.00pm -5.30pmThe Nunnery, Bow Arts Lane, 181-183 Bow Rd, London
My short script Chipped has got into the first round of Kaos Film's British Short Screenplay Competition 2009. It's a sci-fi horror about microchipped pets going haywire.
Pocket Place Scotland is the proud host of Scottish Screen’s Pocket Short initiative, hosting three years worth of innovative mobile content and application for the mobile platform.
SSA 2009 DUNDEE
My sculpture Balance (bronze, wax, bogwood) is showing at the Society of Scottish Artists exhibition at the Vision Building , Dundee from 23 May – 19 June 2009. The exhibition shares the space with the Duncan of Jordanston Degree show so it's a kind of homecoming for me ( I graduated at Duncan of Jordanston in 1996).
inArt Contemportary Art Exhibition at John Muir's Birthplace, 126 High St, Dunbar, 13th Jan to 14th Feb 2010. Artists: Cathy Bell, Marjory Crooks, Susie Goodwin, David HUtchison, Donald McKenzie, Robert McCubbin and James Page.
I worked on the voice -over script for animation 10,000 Days by Gemma Chapman. Screened in June at ECA degree show and at Filmhouse Cinema.
E-TOADS AT RSA
E-toads at RSA Spring Open 18th April to 20th May 2009
PARALLEL LIVES II
Students of my animation class have work showing in the exhibition
lives II. Out of the Blue 29 January-23 February 2009
WHALE 26 Februrary-27 March 2009. North Edinburgh Arts Centre 2 April-5 May 2009.
ONE MINUTE FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL
Zombie Lick screened at One Minute Film & Video Festival Aarau, Switzerland , 22 to 24th August. 2008
RED PLANET PICTURES
Storm Hags is a finalist in the Red Planet Annual Writing Competition.
WORLD COMMUNITY ARTS DAY
inArt presents an exhibition featuring films by James Page and myself, work by Cathy Bell and Paddi O'Brien (who have collaborated previously) on the themes of Poverty and Pollution - and more... Tues 17th Feb 2009, Almondvale Sq, The Centre, Livingston.
Two of my short stories are published in issue 3 of the e-magazine The Ranfurly Review. The Book of Skin was inspired by a trip to Surgeon's Hall, Edinburgh. Rubber Up Ducky was inspired by my condom dispensor videosculpture Kitschen.
STORM HAGS AT TRAVERSE THEATRE
Storm Hags & Other Stories exhibition at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, 26th May - 5th July. For more info visit www.stormhags.co.uk
FILMLIVE! RUSHES FESTIVAL & RE-LAUNCH
BOWER BIRD OUTRAGEOUS
Bower Bird at the Visual Arts Scotland exhibition 2008, gets a mention in The Scotsman
COAST TO COAST
The InArt Collective present the new exhibition Coast to Coast at Dunbar Library. 19th May to 14th June.
Society of Scottish Artists Exhibition 2008
Biles screened at SSA exhibition, RSA, Edinburgh 21st March to 17th April 2008.
Eyeloch and Carousel shown at GOLDMEMBER; the Embassy Gallery Annual Member Show,Sept to Oct 2007.
SALT AT THE PORT INN
The InArt Collective present SALT; an exhibition at the Port Inn, Leith. From 20th Oct to 22nd Nov. Artists: Robert McCubbin, Donald McKenzie, Yvonne Hutchinson, David Hutchison, Cathy Bell, Maureen McLeod , James Page
Seordag Storiest is at the Port Inn from 28th August to 19th Oct.
InArt presents a new exhibition at The Almondvale Centre, Livingston.
A workshop on energy and making objects mobile.
Thursday 17th 6-8pm. Live music by
The Depressionists. A multi-media showcase of Edinburgh artists and special guests at Craigmillar art space. Harewood Drive, (off Niddrie mains Rd by Richmond Church.)
Featuring: Dawn Archibald, John Elder, Johann Flett, Denny Hunter, David Hutchison, Markus Karkus, Arek Kozak, Morag Patterson, Sandra Mackie, Ray Miles, Paul Moore
18th-25th May 2007 12-4pm. See more photos and music by The Nukes
La Sonate du Zebre at the Embassy Gallery's Le Carnaval des Animaux at ECA Sculpture Court. April 2007. The painting was sold at auction for the ESSA project.
WAR AND ARTNew exhibition of art and film from InArt.9am-5-30pm(Friday,Saturday)11am - 5.pm (Sunday),The Centre,Almondvale Boulevard, Livingston, 11,12,13th Nov. Poster by Cathy Bell
Lucid Dreaming is the Eyedoll Production team's entry into the 2010 Sci-fi London 48 hour film challenge. This year the competition was opened up to around the UK. We were given the title; Lucid Dreaming , a line of dialogue to use;"You can't really believe what you see", and had to include a product with the Canon logo (sticker on the robot). It was recently screened at the Leith Short Film Festival 2010
See it on Dailymotion
Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts
Rionnagan Gaoil (Stars of Love) and Tilleadh (The Returning) , both videos I created and part of the programme ‘Passages’, coordinated by Fields and Frames in the early 90s, A one-off screening at Street Level, Wednesday 21st April, 7pm as part of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts, 2010. Street Level Photoworks,Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD, f: 0141 552 2151
A Snail's Pace is a short tale about a man who goes out to buy a pint of milk and ends up getting in a race. It was filmed in Devon and stars Roy McNeill and Helen Hong. Watch it on Shooting People
THE KILLING TIMES
The Killing Times made the first round of the British Feature Screenplay Competition, 2009 run by Kaos Films.
A doctor, taken captive by a cave dwelling cult, discovers their awful secret of longevity. He must escape with the help of the leader's daughter and bring this knowledge to the outside world.
Tagline: A taste of the MacAbre.
Paranoia Horror and Sci-Fi
Storm Hags screenplay is a finalist at the Paranoia Horror and Sci-Fi Convention & Film Festival 2009 on the Queen Mary in Long Beach harbour, Los Angeles.
is a short film created for the 2009 48hr
Film Festival. It tells the story of a woman who is tormented
by a guilty secret, involving the death of a child. Directed by Gareth
Peevers, written by Gareth Peevers and David Hutchison. This is child
actor Ishbel Henderson's debut , working alongside Slumdog Millionaire
De Vigne . Also starring 48hr veteran Gabrielle
Barker and thespian Chris Pearson. Nicholas Anderson: cinematographer/sound
Louis Hubert: sound/production assistant. Filmed at Leith Academy. Cameo Cinema 28th May at 18.30, £5 entry.Cameo Picturehouse, 38 Home Street,Booking Line: 0871 704 2052,Email: email@example.com
ONE MINUTE FESTIVAL
The Cammy Leon Gallery is the alter-ego of Dunning; a leading design agency in the heart of Glasgow! Commencing on Friday 27th November we are set to open the doors to our first exhibition, "The Secret Stramash of Spectacular Shenanigans".
Peter Potter Gallery
Aberlady Nature Reserve
Two of my landscapes are on show at the Peter Potter Gallery Open Exhibition, Haddington. Sat 4th April to Sat 30th May, 2009.
My video Furnace was created especially for Kino London. It was screened inside an inflatable igloo in the Clore ballroom of the Southbank Centre on 11th Jan 2009. It will also be screened at the World Community Art Day in Livingston on Tues 17th Feb 2009.
GAMERZ DVD RELEASE
Sept 08 Pure Magic Films are delighted to announce the UK DVD release
the fantastical Scottish teen comedy GAMERZ, distributed by Guerilla Films! See trailer.
GAMERZ has a general release at Cineworld cinemas in Scotland from February 22, 2008. It's a wonderful gentle comedy based on the antics of a group of Role Playing Gamers. I worked as a Rotoscoper on the animation sequences.
Carousel screened at
Simultan04 Festival, Romania, October 23 to 25, 2008
REACH YOUR POTENTIAL
In August I created a Daily Record wrap-around advert for Adult Education classes. I am offering Digital Photography at Broughton High, Computer Art, 2 Computing for Beginners classes and a new Animation class at Leith Academy. Term starts 22nd Sept. I took as inspiration Helen Denerley's elegant giraffes at the top of Leith Walk.
WRITE SIDE OF THE BRAIN
CAROUSEL EYELOCH and KITSCHEN to be shown. Dates: January 21-23, and 28-30 and February 4-6, 2008 Times: 7:30pm-10:30pm (perfomance poetry, performance art, cabaret, and film begin at 7:30pm; play starts at 8:30pm) Cost: £5 (con £4 with flyer) Location: The Miller, 96 Snowsfields Road, London Bridge, London SE1 3SS (nearest Tube: London Bridge) Tel: 07890604280 www.missfitproductions.org
Off beat is the latest exhibition by the InArt Collective. Feb 27th, 28th, 29th 2008. Almondvale Shopping Centre, Livingston.
Red Fields is an exhibition of new paintings inspired by poppy fields in Aberlady, East Lothian. It is at the Port Inn from 21st July to 27th August. Cards are available in my online shop.
Brahan Seer exhibited at Society of Scottish Artists Exhibition 2006.
Wed 12th - Tue 18th April, 15:00 - 20:00.
Junk DNA Egg at Ensight; an innovative multimedia art exhibition, charting the evolution from raw science data into works of art.
enSight Gallery, 51 Home Street, Edinburgh
courtesy of Edinburgh International Science Festival.
Tentacle Girl features on the cover of So:Local magazine.
ZOMBIE LICK IN USA
Zombie Lick won the Pocket Shorts 60-1 Competition at the 2006 Edinburgh International Film Festival. Also shown at The Embassy's "Night of a 1000 Trips", ECA Sculpture Garden, "B-Sides" Upgrade! Belgrade.International annual gathering in Oklahoma City, USA, Nov 30 -Dec 3, through New Media Scotland.
PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERIES
Much Later is shown at the The Aspect Prize 2007 Exhibition.
Until Sat 15th April 2006
inArt Collective presents a Contemporary Art Exhibition at The Almondvale Centre, Livingston. For info contact Cathy Bell on 01506 411815. Artists: Cathy Bell,Scott Gilbert, Franz Grimley, David Hutchison, Donald MacKenzie, Robert McCubbin, Maureen MacLeod, Sharon Main, James Page, Shelley Weir.
SeordagTV Screening at Filmhouse
Mon 3rd April 2006
Shoot First Event. The screening starts at 6.30, doors open 6.00.
Fèis Drama Na H-Òigridh
Gaelic Youth Theatre Festival 2006. An extract of "Càit An Dèan Mi Mo Nead?" was performed by the Gaelic Youth Theatre at the MacPhail Theatre on Friday Feb 24th , 1.00 - 4.30pm.
Peccadilloes at the Visual Arts Scotland 2006 exhibition at the Royal Society of Artists, The Mound, Edinburgh.
A public reading of "The Alienist" at the National Galleries of Scotland on Thursday 19th April 2007 5.30-7pm. The story is based on Richard Dadd's painting of Sir Alexander Morison. It is part of the Scotsman Creative Writing Competition 2007 in association with the English Speaking Union and Scottish Poetry Library.
The Annual Embassy
Gallery Members Show 15th September - 8th October 2006The Embassy
76 East Crosscauseway