Author Archives: Tomás Sheridan
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Cinema Ambulante was a documentary workshop that aimed to create collaboration and understanding between Europeans and refugees or migrants who have recently arrived to Europe, by helping them make films together that explore each other’s lives. The immediate effects … Continue reading
So pleased to announce that a film we made a few years ago for Livingston’s 50th anniversary will be showing Sunday 17th of January, 2pm in Howden Park Centre in Livingston in its new shortened version of 17 minutes. Livingston … Continue reading
Delighted to have Roman postcards screening next weekend at CIFF in Croydon. This little experiment of a film was shot with zero budget during my three month artist residency at the British School at Rome in Spring 2014. So please … Continue reading
The final cut of Roman Postcards will be screening in Glasgow tomorrow at an event organised by Street Level Photoworks in association with Creative Scotland and The British School at Rome at Trongate 103 at 6pm. Look forward to seeing … Continue reading
Hard to believe that five years on RADIOSTAN is still getting invites from festivals!!! The latest is from the International Festival of Short Films on Culture and Tourism in Mumbai, India (becoming more and more niche as you see….) Still, … Continue reading
Non ho mai tifato gli azzurri, non ho una goccia di sangue Italiano nelle vene e devo dire che il parmigiano sulla pasta al tonno mi é sempre piaciuto. Nonostante tutto ciò agli occhi di tutti sono anch’io Italiano. É … Continue reading
This Entry was written about three weeks ago but I was not able to share it for reasons that will soon become apparent: I am alone. Such a great story and no one to tell it to. I had finished … Continue reading
Here is a first shot at me making a moving timelapse of the British School’s courtyard with my new egg timer arrangement (see picture below). This is what this clever little hack looks like, ordered an egg timer … Continue reading
Things started nicely enough: My wife and kids arrived to visit bringing me no end of joy and distracting me a bit from the initial weeks of full-on work! However things did not grind to a halt as I’ve tried … Continue reading
I will not make a habit of writing special edition blog posts but my experiences at the demonstration yesterday left me with much to say and few people to say it to. Here is a rough assembly of footage from … Continue reading
So here we go: putting aside my natural dislike of blogs, which I often rate as glorified public diaries with very little to offer their readers, I’ve decided to write a brief weekly account of my time as a resident … Continue reading
So proud of the kids who took part in the Polifilm workshop in the former mining village of Blackburn, West Lothian over the past three months. We had our highs and lows but in the end they really got into … Continue reading
Had an amazing night with great Q&A at Edinburgh’s latest Decagram event. Radiostan went down well with the audience getting involved and asking questions. Decagram holds monthly events with films music and visual art, it is definitely a night out … Continue reading
Finding Josephine is due to screen at London Short Film Festival January 13th 2014 at 1830 in Cine Lumiere. We’re super-pleased to be recognised yet again by this vibrant and eclectic festival in its 11th year. Details about screening.
The screening of Livingston Lives will take place on Thursday 6th of March 2014 at at the Howden Park Centre (Livingston -EH54 5AE). Doors open at 16:30 and the film should screen before 17:30.
Finding Josephine is quietly making its way round festivals… 9th Children’s India International Film Festival – Bangaluru 2013 DOKUFEST Kosovo 2013 Erasmus Huis International Documentary Film Festival, Jakarta 2013 Festival Film Dokumenter Yogyakarta 2013 Unfortunately I often seem to find … Continue reading
Livingston Lives, Polifilm’s latest documentary labour of love is now complete. Commissioned by West Lothian Council with the support of Heritage Scotland this little film celebrates 50 years of Livingston New Town. Livingson was built from scratch in the 1960s … Continue reading
I’m so proud to have presented Finding Josephine at Take One Action, literally one of my favourite film festivals! Screening in both edinburgh and Glasgow this festival really focuses on thought-provoking, world-changing films. No wonder we are so flattered… Take … Continue reading
Tomás Sheridan has been awarded a Document 24 residency by Creative Scotland in collaboration with The British School at Rome to offer Scottish-based filmmakers the opportunity to work for three months on a project (a documentary in my case) based … Continue reading
I’m so pleased that the workshop at Lago Film Festival with its strict 10 rules of Docma13 resulted in such a cool little film:
Carlo Migotto assured me that his “retrospective” of my work did not imply I was old or he secretly desired I were dead. However the screening of Archive of Dreams, Radiostan and Finding Josephine at Lago Film Festival was a … Continue reading
9th Children’s India International Film Festival has selected Finding Josephine for this year’s edition. I’m so pleased that this wee short which is centered on children, on how they see their world and on how they are going to change … Continue reading
We’re honored to announce that Radiostan, after screening at 24 festivals over 2 years, winning prizes and special mentions, being acquired by Canal+ and distributed by Future Shorts has been invited to be part of the permanent factual collection in … Continue reading
Don’t ask me how but after 3 years of auditions coordinated in the UK for Cirque du Soleil we are now official Casting Partners for Europe which means that in the years to come we’ll have the pleasure of attending, … Continue reading
Ok, we’ve been a bit lax with bigging-up Finding Josephine’s successes. Whie we weren’t looking (or rather we were busy with our day-to-day lives Finding Josephine got into various festivals and in some cases has already screened at them: DOXA … Continue reading
April 2013 saw me teaching Documentary film-making in a University in the border town of Gorizia in Notrth-Eastern Italy to some very bright and motivate students who unfortunately are stuck in a loop of theoretical classes without many opportunities to … Continue reading
#findingjosephine reaches 50,000 views on Youtube!!!
FINDING JOSEPHINE is now online as part of Why Poverty’s launch. I’m very proud of this little documentary about a big subject. Please share and tweet #findingjosephine #whypoverty.
Radiostan is still getting picked up 2 whole years since it was made! This crazy little short, shot and edited over km3,500 in 4 weeks in Central Asia and Russia and costing £500 never ceases to surprise me… This time … Continue reading