For a horribly long time now I've been thinking about a new film. Last year I worked up an outline with Ed Douglas and shot a couple of scenes.
It's provisionally called 'You are the Revolution' and is a look at how the world will be later in my daughter's life. The last couple of months I've done a lot of reading on the subject (getting quite depressed) but we got off and running with a great interview with Jonathan Chapman a design academic and writer from Brighton.
Best news for a while though is that 'The Deadliest Crash', a project that we've been helping to shoot with Bigger Picture, has been picked up by BBC4. Its about an accident that happened at Le Mans in 1955 when a car left the track and ripped through the crowd killing up to a hundred people. The back story is fascinating, the outcome tragic.