Friday 28th April, 2006

It’s 3 AM in central London – dark and quiet except for the odd car and the hum of generators huddled round the outside of Westminster Cathedral. But here, inside, light is flooding in through the windows as though it was midday …

Read the rest of this entry »

History’onics’

Justin Pollard is a Historian, author, documentary film maker, friend, advisor, and the one friend you would pick to be shipwrecked with.

Read the rest of this entry »

Not History

Golden Age, like Elizabeth, is an interpretation of historical characters and events to tell a story that hopefuly becomes relevant to our lives and times today..

Read the rest of this entry »

Love, my friend

What good is your love ?

Read the rest of this entry »

If I were immortal

If I were immortal
and my time
stood still

Read the rest of this entry »

A Directors Prayer

If I am not struggling,
is there no creative process ?

Read the rest of this entry »

Jordi Molla, King Phillip of Spain

In concieving the film, I realize how arrogant I as Director can get. It’s all about my shots, my conception, my vision. And then the actor steps on to the set and completely changes everything …

Read the rest of this entry »

Spaces

I tend to get very philosophical when I shoot. Not sure if it denial, where I am trying to ward of any pressures of schedules, budgets or day to day practical problems. All of which feel like bees swarming around my head…

Read the rest of this entry »

The Monk at Rongbuk Monastry

Years and years ago I had trekked to the Rongbuk Monastry, which is the last Monastry on the way to the Everest Base Camp…

Read the rest of this entry »

An interview

I did this interview for the Times of India in Hyderabad. Not sure if they carried it, so just posted it here. I do hope they don’t mind. BUt it has been with them for over a week …

Read the rest of this entry »