Posts Tagged ‘drama’

TMW featured by Telegraph and Al Gore

TMW featured by Telegraph and Al Gore

The executive producer of The Mountain Within, Herta von Stiegel, was interviewed by Robert Miller of The Telegraph about her book about the film, The Mountain Within: Leadership Lessons and Inspiration for Your Climb to the Top, and leadership and bankers’ bonuses. The video interview can be viewed here. This follows Al Gore’s blog about The […]

TMW comes to Sydney

TMW comes to Sydney

The Mountain Within continues its world tour in Sydney on 17 September. The screening coincides with the launch of the book of the film by our executive producer, Herta von Stiegel, The Mountain Within: Leadership Lessons and Inspiration for Your Climb to the Top. Our director, Kyle Portbury, will be there to answer questions, and […]

Strike a Pose 2012

Strike a Pose 2012

Feature film – dance comedy Production scheduled for 2012 An 80s girl in a contemporary world, Cara dreams in technicolour and surround sound, big vibrant dreams based on 80s pop videos which transport her from a grey and humdrum existence to a colourful and exciting world. Mocked by almost everyone, Cara’s reality becomes brighter when […]


Love Letters

Love Letters

Short film – comedy/drama Completed 2011 14 min HD Directed by Kate Coggins IMDb It is morning in a glamorous hotel room in London. A young man and woman are playing a game. But is Scrabble the only game being played? The two players stake their claim on the board and score points against each other in more ways than one. The […]

Making Get Well Soon - Part 9

Making Get Well Soon – Part 9

1-2 May – Second Weekend of Filming. The week in between both weekends of filming was pretty chaotic. Ian’s son was still critically ill.  We realised we needed to get on and produce a shot list based on his notes, and that we might also have to cut some corners in relation to coverage. Time […]

Making Get Well Soon - Part 2

Making Get Well Soon – Part 2

First draft: Spring / Summer 2009. In the late 90’s, after having half-engaged in what had been advertised as a ‘creative writing degree’, I took a part-time job in a bookshop so I could focus on writing. I wrote a lot. A novel about a group of university students suffering under the yoke of their ennui, (boo hoo). A […]