Elliott Hasler on BBC Radio 4’s The Listening Project

Elliott Hasler, the youngest director of Film Brighton, was invited to be part of The Listening Project, an oral history of British Citizens.

His recording with his grandfather discussing his critically acclaimed movie Charlie’s Letters is now held in the British Library London.

Being UK’s youngest feature film director, this could in time be quite an archive.

Take a listen here

Now over 50 festival selections for Deborah Espect

Deborah’s short films, web series and music video have now been screened at over 50 national and international film festivals. They include the Festival de Cannes Short Films Corner in France, My True Colors Festival in New York, US, ClexaCon Film Festival in Las Vegas, US, the Canadian Diversity Film Festival in Toronto, the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival in Hawaii and the Korea Queer Film Festival in Seoul.
Deborah has also won a number of awards, including the Audience Award at Clexacon for ‘The World Can Wait’, the Bronze Award for Directing a Music Video at the Queen Palm Film Festival, Palm Springs, for ‘A Little too Obtuse’ and Best Web Series at the Canadian Diversity and the Hollywood Boulevard Film Festivals for ‘As We Are’.

Elliot Hasler at Film Expo South

Elliot and Simon Hasler of Relsah Productions had a great day yesterday at FILM EXPO SOUTH meeting investors. Thanks to all who came and stopped by. With thanks also to Film Expo South for having us. Relsah Productions are currently in the pre-production stages of their second feature, Vindication Swim, a biopic based on the story of the first English woman to swim the Channel in 1927