Greg Lomas

Greg Lomas has made a habit of exploring Africa and documenting his journeys along the way. We discover how he made the transition from graphic design into photography and filmmaking.   DIY: Give us a short description of a day in the life of Greg Lomas?  Greg: Coffee will introduce the day to me, and right now my workday lacks a general rhythm since I am currently balancing a number of projects and trying to give each one attention. So potentially... Read More

DIY Does DIFF 4: Continental Drift

I know that the title makes no sense but I couldn’t think of any other quadrilogy in recent times. Anyway, Russell Grant reviews This Must Be The Place starring Sean Penn as an aging gothic rock star on a mission to kill a Nazi, and Bob Perfect gets bummed out with farmer suicides in Inidia in the documentary Bitter Seeds.   This Must Be The Place reviewed by Russell Grant   Last night I saw This Must be the Place at the Sneddon.... Read More

DIY Does DIFF, Again

Yup, it’s a sequel. We’re bringing you daily coverage of DIFF this week. Aren’t we nice? Today, Bob Perfect reviews This Is Not A Film, Russell Grant covers the Wavescape selections: Rebel Sessions and The Art Of Flight, and we welcome a guest writer, Jason Duvenage, who caught Beware of Mr Baker and Tyrannosaur over the weekend.   This Is Not A Film reviewed by Bob Perfect   After the last two days of being inspired,... Read More

Michael Cross

As part of our DIFF coverage, Bob Perfect chats to local director, Michael Cross. Michael’s film, Rockstardom, is about a small town singer/songwriter Brendon Shields and is one that most DIY readers will probably want to check out at this year’s festival.   DIY: First off how did you come across Brendon Shields? Michael: I had a meeting with his publisher, we’d been friends years before but I hadn’t seen him for nearly 15 years... Read More