I did this short film back in 2006 and it’s still my favourite short I have worked on. Directed by Barney Clay with music by MPM London, it was recognised with awards in Europe and America including the Brooklyn International Film Festival, Fantasporto and Fantasia. Here’s a clip:
You can find more info on the film on its myspace page.
What’s Fufu was conceived by Bold Creative – a great digital agency working with mainly youth projects. It was part of a series of ‘Three Minute Wonder’ films on Channel 4 a couple of years ago.
I initially wrote the music using mainly programmed instruments in Logic and wanted to add a bit more life to it, so I re-recorded the cello parts with Oliver Coates, a talented man indeed… he added a great deal, and some interesting scrapes around the shadow tugging bit.
I did the sound design and mix on this great short film directed by China Moo-Young. It was based around a poem by novelist and poet Lucy English. It has been awarded at the NPA shorts and screened at Cannes, Hamburg and Raindance amongst others. Here’s a section from the film: