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17

Feb
2016

In News

By DavidPimm

‘Bodies’ feature film trailer

On 17, Feb 2016 | In News | By DavidPimm

The short film ‘Bodies’, that I shot with director B Welby-Delimere is being developed into a feature. The story revolves around similar characters in the same environment. Below is a trailer to promote the film which I will be working on with the same creative team. It’s going to be exciting to see this story brought to life!

For more information, please contact info@bodiesfilm.com

01

Feb
2016

In News

By DavidPimm

Innovative Instagram series begins today

On 01, Feb 2016 | In News | By DavidPimm

Shield 5, a unique series made for Instagram, is released today. I shot the 28 part series with director Anthony Wilcox, and producers Mark Hopkins and Declan Reddington in October last year. The series was written specifically for Instagram, with each episode sitting at 15 seconds long. The aim was to try a new approach to story telling, by bringing a cinematic look and high production values to the smallest of screens.

The crime thriller, inspired by suspenseful features 3 Days of the Condor and The Fugitive has been gathering some nice attention from the media. You can read about the project at the links below:

Evening Standard Article

BBC ‘Social Cinema’ Article

Asos Article

Official Website

It was great fun shooting and felt like a very current way of telling a classic story. You can watch the series on Instagram by following @sheildfive. Enjoy!

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15

Aug
2015

In Film making
News

By DavidPimm

Shooting Sarah Chong

On 15, Aug 2015 | In Film making, News | By DavidPimm

I recently wrapped on the entirely unique short film, Sarah Chong is Going to Kill Herself. The film was directed by Ella Jones, written by Elaine Gracie and produced by Alexandra Blue alongside Creative England, Big Talk and Baby Cow as part of the Funny Girls Scheme. The film is a surreal workplace fantasy in which a maltreated receptionist decides to take matters into her own hands. Hands which may well contain grenades. Attached is a gallery of images with BTS stills and frames from the film as well as some insight into how we shot it and the visual approach.  Read more…

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11

Jun
2015

In Film Festivals
News

By DavidPimm

2 Films at Palm Springs and 1 at Edinburgh in June

On 11, Jun 2015 | In Film Festivals, News | By DavidPimm

I’m thrilled to share the news that Bodies will have its world premier at BAFTA and OSCAR qualifying Palm Springs International Shortfest. It will be joined by Patriot which has also been selected for its North American premier following Cannes.

Fulfilament will have its world premier at Edinburgh International Film Festival where it is in competition for the McLaren Award for New British Animation. We spent 8 months filming and bringing to life these little lightbulbs for this 6 minute short, so this is wonderful news! Details below.

Bodies19th June at 11am as part of the Exit Stage Left programme, Palm Springs

Patriot17th June at 7pm as part of the When Worlds Collide programme, Palm Springs

Fulfilament24th June at 4pm as part of the New British Animation 2 programme, EIFF

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21

Apr
2015

In News

By DavidPimm

Patriot in competition at Cannes

On 21, Apr 2015 | In News | By DavidPimm

Fantastic news – Patriot will be having its world premiere at Cannes this year. It is among the 9 selected to compete for the short film Palme D’or from over 4,500 entries. Patriot, directed by Eva Riley, is set in rural England where racial tensions are high. The story centres around Hannah, an 11 year old girl who meets a mysterious boy from a forbidden world.

Click here for the press release and here to watch the trailer.

Patriot Poster - Cannes

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09

Apr
2015

In News

By DavidPimm

Signed with Casarotto Marsh

On 09, Apr 2015 | In News | By DavidPimm

I’m very pleased to share the news that I have signed for representation with Casarotto Marsh. They are a lovely agency and I have been given a warm welcome into a host of outstanding talent. Their client list features cinematographers and directors who I have admired and learnt volumes from, including Sean Bobbitt BSC, Tim Palmer BSC and Chris Menges ASC, BSC. I’m very excited to move forward together with such a positive agency. Please click here for full contact details.

28

Feb
2015

In News

By DavidPimm

NFTS Graduation Screenings at the BFI

On 28, Feb 2015 | In News | By DavidPimm

This week saw the NFTS graduation films screening at BFI’s NFT1 on London’s Southbank. It was a fantastic couple of days where 8 fiction films, animations, documentaries, television shows and games screened to friends, family, cast, crew and industry audiences. Read more…

07

Jan
2015

In Film making
News

By DavidPimm

Out of Sight selected for Sundance

On 07, Jan 2015 | In Film making, News | By DavidPimm

I am very happy to share the news that ‘Out of Sight‘ has been officially selected for the Sundance Film Festival 2015, where it will have its world premiere. I shot the film in February 2014 alongside director, Nick Rowland. The film was made during our time at the NFTS and is the first piece shot on digital as part of the course, after a year working solely with celluloid. The festival takes place at the end of January, where Out of Sight will be playing 4 times in the International Narrative Shorts category. Sundance state that,

The 2015 Short Film program is comprised of 60 short films selected from 8,061 submissions.

Along with several other core crew members, I will be in Utah during the festival to represent the film.

Click here for the official lineup announcement and here for the details of the screenings.

OOS Sundance Poster

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14

Nov
2014

In Cinematography Resources
News

By DavidPimm

Female Cinematographers – three articles worth reading

On 14, Nov 2014 | In Cinematography Resources, News | By DavidPimm

Women in film is a topic that has become increasingly present in the media, which is a really good thing and long overdue. In a way it’s a shame that it is a thing that needs to be talked about at all, but it’s positive that it is happening regularly considering the state of affairs. The statistics are terrible, particularly for female cinematographers. As Indie Wire’s article that I link to below states,

In the last five years, women accounted for just 3% of the cinematographers among the 250 top-grossing films. Even more shocking, no female DP has ever been nominated for an Academy Award. 

Read more…

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02

Jul
2014

In Film making
News

By DavidPimm

Stills from Location Scouting for NFTS Grad Film ‘Patriot’

On 02, Jul 2014 | In Film making, News | By DavidPimm

I’m working with director, Eva Riley on our National Film and Television School graduation film, Patriot. Attached are a gallery of images from our numerous scouts in the Kent countryside. Read more…