Art Director to god
In this day and age of hi-tech gizmos and what-nots, it’s nice to know that one of the most cutting-edge industries is reliant on good ‘ole arts and crafts - William Morris would be smiling through his beard.
Hotly tipped to be the biggest short film of the year, When God Lived in Kentish Town, a production from Exeter’s own Pangaea TV and cult (which means international best seller that you haven’t heard of) novelist Michael Marshall Smith is in need of a top-class Art Director, chippies and a set (nails and wood to the unimaginative) to finish the film.
Posted by Cptn
April 19th, 2007