Director C.A. Cooper has recently completed production on his first feature, The Snare. He explains how the idea developed from there and the unusual and controversial methods he used to get the film made.
Directors UK was launched in June 2008 as the single voice of British film and television directors. It is now both a collecting society and campaigning body with nearly 5,000 members.
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On Monday 2 March Directors UK hosted a screening of the heart-warming X+Y. The screening was followed by a Q&A with director Morgan Matthews, where he talked about his route into feature directing, working with actors and filming in Taiwan.
A team from The Third Floor recently visited Directors UK to talk to our members about previsualisation and the potential benefits it has for directors. For all those who couldn't make it to the event, we asked The Third Floor to write a short piece for us about what previsualisation is and how it works within development and pre-production.
Directors UK welcomes the Culture, Media and Sport Committee Report on “Future of the BBC” in advance of the Charter renewal process.