Interviews

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iFeatures and Beyond: Fast, Cheap & Good - A Film Can Be All Three In this latest post from Hope Dickson Leach, the director argues for a better work / life balance for filmmakers, suggesting that you can have a life and a follow your creative heart.
iFeatures and Beyond: Introducing The Levelling

This week, we welcome the creative team behind The Levelling - one of eight projects through to the final round of development on iFeatures.

In The Spotlight... Sadie Groom In this edition of In the Spotlight... Rebecca Towers interviews the founder of Bubble and Squeak and WFTV board member, Sadie Groom
In the Spotlight... Nicky Bentham, Producer The In the Spotlight... this month journalist Rebecca Towers introduces us to Nicky Bentham and her film The Silent Storm
Team Ugly List: Final Blog

This is the Final blog entry from the Team Ugly List, Abby, Alex, & Jess fill us in on the experience so far...

In the Spotlight... Foxtrot Films A look into Foxtrot Films Hermitage Revealed with Director, Margy Kinmonth and Producer, Maureen Murray in this months In the Spotlight...
The Writer’s Perspective: GOOD MEDICINE In their fifth blog installment for Team Ugly List, Abby Ajayi shares with us their most rewarding aspects of the iFeatures experience so far and her insights on script writing.
Team Ugly List: The Producer's View, The Countdown This week, Team Ugly List have been out and about checking locations and racing the clock... Producer, Jessica Levick, fills us in.
Team Ugly List: The Director's View

Screenwriter Abby Ajayi, Director Alex Kalymnios and Producer Jessica Levick are still hard at work developing their iFeatures project The Ugly List and finding time to send WFTV a weekly blog on their experiences too. This week, we hear from Alex with 'The Director's View: Sizzling in the Heat'.

Team Ugly List: The Writer's View This week Team Ugly List are back with the third installment of their blog charting the iFeatures development journey and its time to hear from Abby Ajayi in 'The Writer's View: Mother or Midwife'.

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