Podcast #24: Nikolaus Morris

Nikolaus Morris (@nikjacek) is a freelance writer, director and animator working for agencies and production companies across the UK, as well as writing and developing his own original content.

In this episode we chat about the illusion of trying to solve the balance of life, how modern audiences are becoming more and more sophisticated, and about not being afraid to chop work out of your portfolio and go after new pursuits.

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Podcast #23: Daniel Maule

Daniel Maule is a director and screenwriter from York, who has just completed his first feature film entitled ‘Our End’, which will be released later this year.

In this episode we chat about his approach to screenwriting and how projects develop from one idea to another, the challenges of shooting his first feature in 14 straight days with no breaks, and how you tend to discover a wealth inspiration in the world around you when you finally allow yourself to unplug.

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Podcast #19: Hannah Davies

Hannah Davies (@DaviesHC) is a muti-slam winning spoken word artist, writer and theatre maker. She is the director of Common Ground Theatre and an associate artist at SAY OWT.

In this episode we chat about the importance of repetition in creative work, the importance of remaining curious, and how she approaches the periods in between project work.

Catch the Common Ground theatre scratch night for free at the Great Yorkshire Fringe on Monday 23rd July.

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Podcast #10: Dani Barge

Dani Barge (@Dani_Barge) is a professional writer, occasional artist, and hobbyist bass guitarist. She is the founder and editor of Arts York (@ArtsYorkOnline), an arts and culture webzine covering art, design, music, performing arts and film.

We chat about her approach to building stories, the ups and downs of following creative pursuits, and the grassroots activities currently going on in York.

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Get in touch with Dani at danielle.barge@live.co.uk

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Podcast #08: Natalie Roe

Nat Roe (@filmpixie) is a film writer, director and producer, with a background in theatre.

Having worked on big site-specific theatre productions, such as Blood and Chocolate, the Minster Mystery Plays, and for Theatre Mill, she took that experience and started her own company ‘Plotting Films’, creating a medieval comedy series called Tales Of Bacon (@pardonmybacon)

We discuss her research and writing process, running a successful crowdfunding campaign, coming up with practical and creative solutions for props, and the wider filmmaking scene in York.

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Podcast #06: James Buck

James Buck is an upcoming film writer and director.

Having recently finished his latest film Dancing In The Dark, we chat about how he approaches collaboration and finding the right people, dealing with creative differences, and how training in sports drilled into him the benefits of hard work, grit and determination.

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