PG-rated Woodhouse

Woodhouse is a short film by local director Fred Rowson, which had its debut online today. Fred writes:

It was all shot in and around Brockley, and I consider it something of a paean to the area. Some insider local knowledge: the nature reserve where it all takes place is the New Cross Gate Cutting, and one of our locations (for the scenes set in the 1970s) is the house of none other than local blues [and bowls!] legend Billy Jenkins.

3 comments:

JPM said...

I saw it as more of a treatment for a much larger film.
There wasn't anything about it that I could fault. The writing, direction, casting, photography, acting and music were spot on.
Well done, Fred and team. I'd certainly like to see more.

Max Calò said...

Beautiful!

NAT said...

Great Headline Nick.

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