ASHLEY HORNER's Comments
Comment on: How 'Bypass' took the direct distribution route
Good Luck Sammy and all on BYPASS!!!
So a maximum of 4.7% recouped income? Definitely a major improvement.
Comment on: Galway Film Fleadh unveils line-up
That unexpected cargo wouldn't just be a load of drugs? surely?
Comment on: Film4 edges closer to new boss
Wish it was one of my mates.
Comment on: BAFTA reveals Breakthrough Brits
Nice work Ed. ;-)
Comment on: BFI names regional hub partners
And the North East is hung out to dry.....
I'm glad they are not cutting it. It will find a large audience over because it is a great, sexy and important piece of cinema. Be strong....
Comment on: iFeatures2 greenlights two films
Congratulations to all the filmmaking teams that made it to the Green Light. Looks like the Norfolk Nouvelle Vague!
Comment on: Keith Potter to join Irish Film Board
Good Luck Keith!!
Comment on: Kate Gerova departs Soda to join Birds Eye View
Good luck Kate!
Nice to see a Leeds Fan doing well, good luck Alex.
Comment on: Stewart Mackinnon
Good luck with all Stewart.
Comment on: BFI Reuben Library opens at BFI Southbank
"Dioptrice: seu demonstration eorum quae visui & visibilus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt by Joannis Kepleri, published in 1653." I can feel an adaptation coming on....
Comment on: Isabel Davis grows international role at BFI
Good luck Isabel, take us back into Eurimages!
Good Luck Karsten and all at ROHFILMS!!
good luck all!
Comment on: Edinburgh's revival?
I bet it rains, but not as much as Cannes...
Comment on: Tribeca's triumph
I think Tribeca is still finding its feet, but it is brave and eclectic, if occasionally a little corporate. I shall be forever in their debt though....And the combination of Genna, Frederick and Geoff should see they don't just become another huge studio preview festival...
Comment on: Remembering Bingham Ray
A truly sad loss. When I was trying to finance my first film as ayoung producer he read the script, liked it, and then told me "Shoot the movie, or shoot yourself" . We ended up making it for buttons, but we made it. Two years later the film premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh, two years after he had laid down the gauntlet. He bought me a beer...
Comment on: Element re-opens Dublin’s Light House Cinema
Top marks to all at Element.
Comment on: Oysters at 2,000 meters
The oysters were very good too, thank you Frederic and all at Les Arcs.
Failure to seize the thistle and move to August still a mistake.
Oh, I am.
Nice to see the last of the North East's available film finance going to not one, but two film's by a London based production company, telling generic stories, set in London. If I were a North East based producer I'd be fuming.
Comment on: Film Forum Zadar, Croatia (Aug 23 -30)
It was fun Zadar, thanks for having us, Best Ashley x
Comment on: Pitt meets Pasties
I could go a pasty right now.
Another great year Miriam, Thanks again for friendly and vibrant Fleadh.
Comment on: Georgia to become 36th Eurimages member
Even Georgia can find the money to be part of Eurimages. Is the UK really that tight? Come on let's rejoin....
Always good to hear that a cinema is opening rather than closing. Good Luck Pim.
Comment on: Soda takes UK rights to Oslo, August 31
Nice one Ed, a Trier to be proud of. Can't wait to see it. Reprise was superb.
Comment on: Sebbe wins best film at Sweden's Golden Bugs
Well done Babak, it's a lovely film. Best Ashley
Well done Danny Cohen, top man.
Congratulations to Sean Conway, who is the writer on 'Hit and Miss', Go on Sean my son!!!
The Fantastic Mr. Loach, I applaud you.
Well done Elbert, I hope it gets made and is a huge hit for you financially ;-) Plus you get to direct across the pond !
Welcome back Wendy, good luck.
Who let Ashley Horner's 'brilliantlove' screen at Tribeca? My, that festival has strange and wonderful taste...By the way Manchester is the name of the film's lead, the film is set in Northern Britain....
Comment on: Crying With Laughter to have US premiere at SXSW
Good luck with it Clare and Justin, nice to see a Scottish film having a big life!
Comment on: Film critic Michael Dwyer dies aged 58
A truly sad loss. RIP Michael.