Find me online

Facebook LinkedIn YouTube IMDB ProjectorFilms   

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

4K light leak wipes - free UHD download.

Here is my latest 4K light leak - or actually a set of 6 in one download!! As ever, available for free (and also you can watch it it in 4K / UHD on YouTube) via Creative Commons, details below.

I collect all my light leaks on a special page where there are MORE FREE DOWNLOADS, so bookmark it. So far, as I upload this, they have been downloaded well over 380,000 times! And used in TV shows on NatGeo, Discovery and BBC1. As well as trailers and indie films.

This new one has is a set of six different light leak wipes, all with a warm colour. All slightly different in style, but all max out at pure white allowing for a transition or cut to occur underneath.

If in your edit package you alter the speed or reverse them you can create even more different looks too.

Download here (151MB) -

If you are using these clips for a commercial project with a budget then get in touch. I make the leaks free for non-commercial use (short films etc). Creative Commons details on the main page.

If HD leaks are of interest to you (under the same conditions) then I have loads here.

If you want to do me a favour because of all this cool stuff - that would be great too. Cheers. A few suggestions...

If you are super kind and get something out of using these then please donate a small amount via the button below...

Thursday, August 04, 2016

Podcast Episode 56: Indie writing and directing

A lot of scriptwriters move into being a writer-director.

This has it's own challenges when it comes to developing a script. Here we talk to two old friends of ours, Dan Pringle and Suki Singh about the journey with there respective movies.

Dan's is an elevated horror / gory drama called K-Shop - out now on DVD and also via Amazon Prime

Suki's is a psychological noir called Emulsion. He has a special edition available direct.

I think what I took away from this podcast was the fact that you can still learn so much from other film makers, even if they work in other genres to you.