Where the news hits the fans.
TURBO revs its engine. (17 Feb 2014)
The little film that could is gunning for an late March shoot in Montreal with the collective RKSS at the helm. Full casting is TBA.
The comedic post-apocalyptic action & gore-stained love story is a co-production between NZ Film Commission, Telefilm Canada with Timpson Films & AMG Films producing first found it's footing at the Fantasia Frontieres Market in 2012.
Ant Timpson, Anne-Marie Gelinas and Tim RIley are producing. The True Canadian hero and godsend to genre film Jason Eisener is onboard as EP
Housebound to SXSW (06 Feb 2014)
The Luke Sharpe produced and Gerard Johnstone written and directed comedy/ thriller has it's world premiere at this years SXSW festival.
I came on as an EP to help the team find a good home for their excellent film.
Read about the film here.
Buyers/distributors/festival programmers can contact me on anthonytimpson at gmail.com
TURBO KID attracts interest (20 Sep 2013)
The in-development feature film Turbo Kid picked up sales interest at TIFF and is set for a Feb 2014 shoot. Casting TBA.
Triple-threat collective RKSS begin pre-production in October.
Crystal Palace Opens (20 Sep 2013)
The historic and untouched Crystal Palace opened its doors to us to screen THE ROOM in all its demented glory. The nearly 100yr old cinema has atmosphere in spades. Nothing has been changed since I visited the place every weekend throughout the 70s and 80s. It's my favourite cinema in the world and contains many filmic ghosts and memories.
Goblin Score Suspiria Live in NZ (10 Jun 2013)
This has been in the works for awhile. My good friend Richard Sowada in Melbourne asked me if I'd like to assist getting Goblin to perform their iconic score to Dario Argento's horror film Suspiria in New Zealand. The NZ Film Festival backed the idea and now fans will be treated to a once in a lifetime opportunity.
On Friday evening 19 July at The Civic Theatre in Auckland horror fans will have their minds blown.
Tickets available from Ticketek from June 13
Goblin's score combines with Argento's visual flair, stylistic flourishes and vivid colour to make Suspiria an incredible film experience, and the opportunity to see the band perform live is simply bloody awesome.