Ponders End

March 5, 2015

Shooting 'Ponders End',  February 2015

Shooting ‘Ponders End’, February 2015

Kieron’s latest film as writer, producer and director is Ponders End, a 5-minute short on the theme of suburbia commissioned by the new Here Suburban Film Festival. The film was shot in London in early February 2015 and had its premiere at the festival on 15th April. For a Q&A with Kieron about the film, see http://shortsightedcinema.com/filmmakers/here-film-festival-ponders-end-kieron-clark/

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E17 Art Trail

June 6, 2014

QB still 2

Kieron’s new short film Queen’s Bishop, starring Tony Wredden and Ian Springer, will be screening along with some of his other work as part of the E17 Art Trail on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th June.

The venue is 76 Bromley Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 4PS. The films will be on a rolling screening from 10am to 5pm on both days, so visitors can drop in and see as much or as little of the programme (around 15 minutes in total) as they like.

For more on the E17 Art Trail see www.e17arttrail.co.uk.

Festival News

August 30, 2013

Kieron Clark

Amanda Dahl in ‘No Strings Fun’

No Strings Fun, Kieron’s latest film as writer, producer and director has been shortlisted for the Cannes in a Van, Van d’Or Awards.

A short, 4-minute drama, No Strings Fun tells the story of a teenage girl who becomes involved in an intense, possibly dangerous online relationship. It stars Amanda Dahl, Mark Starr and Jan Hirst.

The awards will take place on 19th September with a screening at the Truman Brewery in East London and a jury headed by Gurinder Chadha, director of Bend It Like Beckham.

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In other festival news, A New Day, written, produced and directed by Kieron in 2012 will be screening at the Portobello Film Festival in London on Saturday 14th September as part of the Pop-Up Cinema strand.

The screening starts at 6pm. Further details can be found here.

Ray Bullock Jnr in ‘A New Day’

Fresh from being screened at the In The Woods Festival earlier this month, A New Day is now competing in Shooting People’s prestigious Film of the Month competition. 

If you’re a Shooting People member, please take a look and give the film a star rating (1-5 stars).

https://shootingpeople.org/watch/107610/a-new-day

If you’re not a Shooting People member, you’ll still be able to watch the film, but won’t be able to rate it.

A New Day tells the story of a lonely homeless man’s encounter with a self-help recording on a lost iPod.

 

Screenings in September

August 26, 2012

Frances Morris in ‘Gas’ (Photo by Julia Wills)

 

A New Day will be screening at the In The Woods Festival in Kent on Saturday 1st September as part of the Whirlygig Cinema Au Naturel strand.

For more information on the festival, see:

www.inthewoodsfestival.co.uk

 

Gas will be screening at the Walthamstow International Film Festival at various venues between 7th and 15th September.

On 7th September it will be shown as part of a special gala screening at the British Film Institute (BFI) on London’s Southbank at 4PM.

On Saturday 8th and Saturday 15th September it will be shown as part of the programme of shorts at the Vestry House Museum in Walthamstow Village from 1pm to 5pm (http://www.walthamforest.gov.uk/pages/services/vhm.aspx).

On Sunday 9th and Sunday 16th September from 1pm to 5pm the programme of shorts will be on at Lotolie Family Hairdressers in Walthamstow Village in the basement, so if you want to get a perm at the same time, this could be the screening for you! http://www.lotolie.co.uk/

For more information on the festival see http://walthamstowinternationalfilmfestival.com/

If you have a spare 2 minutes and 20 seconds, please take a look at Gas, the second of my two entries for this year’s Virgin Media Shorts competition.

If you like the film please ‘Like’ or ‘Share’ it by clicking on the relevant button. The film can be seen at: http://www.virginmediashorts.co.uk/film/2897/gas


If you have a spare 2 minutes and 20 seconds, please take a look at Pain, the first of my two entries for this year’s Virgin Media Shorts competition.

If you like the film please ‘Like’ or ‘Share’ it by clicking on the relevant button. Pain can be seen at: http://www.virginmediashorts.co.uk/film/2895/pain