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Film Network Member

Paul Cheshire

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Biography

The Cursed Cassette Screening @DCTV New York in March 2011.

Scriptwriter - Scriptwriter for a project for Mediazoo.

FIRESIDE RENDEZVOUS-Licensed to 15 Second Film Festival for Summer 2011.

THE CURSED CASSETTE (short film)- LSFF 2011.
Described as 'brilliantly Strange' by Electric Sheep Magazine (Jan 2011)

SPITE (music video)licensed to Channel DK, for broadcast in Denmark (Summer 2010)

LOST ROBOTS (short film) - The ICA, London. Part of The 7th London Film Festival (January 2010)


YARD (book) published December 2009

ASTRO MAN (book) published December 2009

Record and Film Reviews: Logaryhythm, S@S.

Master Degree - Media Arts. English Degree. Sound Editing. Film making Courses (Raindence and others.)

I produced a fanzine previously dealing with literature, music and film called 'Spittoons and sabres' between 2001 and 2004 which received good press and contacts.

Ambitions

Looking to work with people with original ideas and vision who have a sense of humor.

Project Development

Review of The Cursed Cassette in Electric Sheep Magazine (March 2011)

http://www.electricsheepmagazine.co.uk/features/2011/02/28/butterfly-women-and-cursed-cassettes-music-and-video-shorts-at-lsff-2011/

Influences

Jeff Keen,Bruce Lacey, Michael Pratt, Robert Crumb, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Steve Ditko, Captain Beefheart, Pete Walker Films, Harvey Pekar, BBC Radiophionic Workshop, Orson Welles, Journeys To The Unknown (1969), Curt Swan, Tubby Hayes, Hyperdub, Hammer Films, Amicus Films, Klaus Kinski, Nigel Kneale , Robert Bloch, Tony Hancock, Mario Bava, Tyondai Braxton and many others.

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