Newcomer to the world of film production but not to the world of cameras and gear. We are lucky to have Richard in our midst. Working mostly as camera operator and 1st AC.
New handbook published in connection with Concrete Soldiers.
Nikita Woolfe, Producer and Director of CS, says:
“After spending 3 years in the field of housing campaigns, researching and filming Concrete Soldiers Uk, I managed to gather a lot of information and knowledge about resisting regeneration. All this info is here, in this handbook.
Hope it helps you.”
Read and download the handbook or order a copy here
ARTWORK by the brilliant Fran Copeman @ francopeman.co.uk
Listen to Nikita and Andy talking about the film and the handbook (00:31) here
Thanks to all the contributors:
Tom Keene – read more about his Regen Sheet at www.db-estate.co.uk
Andy Worthington – read his blog here www.andyworthington.co.uk
Jerry Flynn – member of the 35percent campaign 35percent.org
Jessica Jacobs and Emily O’Mara – Founders of www.coopsforlondon.org
Heart of Hastings www.heartofhastings.org.uk
Best Documentary at the European Cinematography award, Sep 2018…
‘Concrete Soldiers is shot using old stills lenses’…. the festival agreed that Concrete Soldiers is a beautiful and haunting documentary. “It needs to be seen by the many, not the few..”
Cycling Nomads won best documentary at Madrid International film festival 2018
WoolfeVision was the post-production house for this film with
Luc Beloix as the Grader and
Nikita Woolfe as Post-Producer / Editor.
The film was also nominated for best editing.
Ifatunde’s beautiful song : Neglecting a Child.
With it we have made a music video.
Great evening and thank you to Deptford Cinema for screening our film.
Here are a few photos:
We had a great turn out on Fri 8 Dec at the Cinema Museum, Elephant and Castle.
A lot of support for the film and we hope to roll out a tour of the film in 2018.
Thanks to Bellatrix and Potent whisper for their splendid performances and very poignant!
THANK YOU from all of us at WoolfeVsion.
Here’s a few stills from the premiere by www.hungryvisuals.co.uk
As a child, his mother tried to kill him twice, at the age of 6 he was abused in care, at 19 he was in prison. Now all he wants is for society is to give him a second chance.
Roy Eastend Boy gives an engaging insight into the life from an ex-offender’s perspective, Roy is a compelling character who speaks with certainty and a clear knowledge of himself which only the solitude of 4 prison walls can provide.
Directed and Produced by Nikita Woolfe.
Winner of Best Documentary and Grand Jury price at Exposures and Newport International Film festival.
Please ask to watch the film.