Hyperdrive Sci Fi and Fantasy Film Festival

Hyperdrive Sci Fi and Fantasy Film Festival

On 15th & 16th October 2016 Kate Madison and Neil Oseman attended the Hyperdrive Festival in Hailsham UK.   Only in it’s second year, the festival raises money for Demelza House Children’s Hospice and Smokey Paws and screens the films in the beautiful Hailsham Pavilion.  We were honoured to be opening the festival with a screening of our entire first season.  It must have gone down well because we won the audience award for that screening session! By the end of the weekend we had three awards in total.  As well as the Audience Award we won the Dez Skinn Heroes and Villians Award and Sophie got Best Leading Actress.  This brings our awards up to six so far! It was a wonderful event where we met some amazing filmmakers from around the world and saw some really impressive films, one of the best ones in Kate’s opinion was Jagon which you can see here.   Thank you again to the organisers for creating such a great event....
Ren at MCM ComicCon London this weekend

Ren at MCM ComicCon London this weekend

This weekend is MCM ComicCon London and some of the Ren team will be in attendance as part of Vidfest. On Friday 27th Ren director Kate Madison will be on the CROWDFUNDING YOUR VIDEOS panel at 2pm and HOW TO DIRECT ONLINE VIDEO panel at 3pm. On Sunday we have a REN CAST AND CREW panel at 12 noon and joining Kate will be Christopher Dane, Duran Fulton Brown, Nick Cornwall, Alan Hay and Neil Oseman. We’d love to see you there and if you are please come and say...
Ren Screening at the Pilot Light Festival in Salford on 8th May

Ren Screening at the Pilot Light Festival in Salford on 8th May

Not only have we been selected into the Pilot Light Festival, we’re also screening the whole of the first season of the show followed by a Q&A with Kate Madison and Christopher Dane. We are Pilot Light TV Festival. A brand new television festival dedicated to celebrating the best in episodic content from around the world! With there not been all that many TV festivals in the UK you might ask, how does a TV festival work? At Pilot Light we look forward to a vibrant environment where fans and industry can come together to celebrate the past, present and future of television. In a very similar structure to a traditional film festival, Pilot Light TV Festival is hosted in Manchester over 4 days and will contain screenings of all kinds of TV shows new & old, plus exclusive panels featuring the writers, producers, directors, actors, commissioners, and more behind them! Tickets are free and we’d love to see you at our session on Sunday 8th May from 1.30pm-3pm – University of Salford (MediaCity Campus) – Digital Performance Lab Please check out http://www.pilotlightfestival.co.uk/#!festival-line-up/wy2hl  for more...
It’s an actor’s life for me says ‘gruff’ Nick

It’s an actor’s life for me says ‘gruff’ Nick

Nick Cornwall (Dagron) has been interviewed for a local paper.  Here’s a snippet but follow the link for the full article. It’s the best job in the world says Nick who describes himself as a ‘modest actor’ born and bred in Blackpool. Tough guys, mercenaries, harsh but fair sergeants, heavies – you name it, Nick’s cornered the market. Right now he can be seen in cult web fantasy series Ren (Tuesdays 8pm) which has won a wide following since starting earlier this month. Read more:...