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ENCOUNTERS FILM FESTIVAL: IMMERSIVE FILM

During my first year at UWE film, Felix Hodgson, Louis Barron-Forde and I made an interactive film using new and innovative software ‘Stornaway.io’. Stornaway works to mirror interactive films such as Netflix’s ‘Bandersnatch’, and I was really excited to work with new software outside of traditional linear filmmaking. Thus, we birthed ‘Lost and Found’; aContinue reading “ENCOUNTERS FILM FESTIVAL: IMMERSIVE FILM”

Change and why I’m still not good with it (and why it’s amazing for story telling)

I’m a true believer that we all need change in life. Without it we would be stagnant and get no where. Change is a blessing that pushes us forwards into being a new person. If we stayed where we were forever we would get bored and claustrophobic, never mind the fact that we would neverContinue reading “Change and why I’m still not good with it (and why it’s amazing for story telling)”

LEARNING ABOUT SELF COMPASSION: WHY I LOVE BRENÉ BROWN AND HOW SHE CAN HELP CREATIVES

I’ve found myself a lot, within my work, comparing myself to others. It’s very easy, in a course of over 100 talented filmmakers, to compare yourself to the beautiful work that comes out of this creative sphere. I see myself projecting my insecurities onto other people; either I find holes in their work, with theContinue reading “LEARNING ABOUT SELF COMPASSION: WHY I LOVE BRENÉ BROWN AND HOW SHE CAN HELP CREATIVES”

LOST IN TRANSLATION: A DIVE INTO ISOLATION AND DISSATISFACTION

‘Lost in Translation’ is a Romance/Drama by Sofia Coppola; a 2003 film that follows characters Charlotte and Bob, and their respective dissatisfaction for their trips to Tokyo. Through their glances across a hotel, a friendship is built where each learn about their counterpart’s life, and take good lessons from each other. Bob sums this upContinue reading “LOST IN TRANSLATION: A DIVE INTO ISOLATION AND DISSATISFACTION”

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About Me

Hi, I’m Kate. I’m 19 and currently living in Bristol, studying film at UWE. My work revolves around our relationships to the world around us and our own interpretations of our experiences.

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