Short answer…fun.

A few years ago my life changed, and I wasn’t sure how I was going to change with it. Being a man of music, in the past, I thought music was my forte. I also swayed a little towards teaching, but soon realised that was not the me I am now.

Film making is a story telling process that allows for full sensory immersion. I mean, reading a book is amazing, stimulates the mind, pushes the imagination to its brink, and also assists with the ability to read. Films however, in my opinion, are a way of making dreams visually possible to see.

So far, I have tried writing short stories, and one of which is blogged somewhere on my page: Love on the A48. Its pretty ok, if I do say so myself.

Through wanting to do something new, I auditioned for a few roles in amateur productions. My lack of experience, even though it was for people with AS LITTLE BLOODY EXPERIENCE AS ME, was my shortfall. However, I did meet some fantastic people, who too were stuck with experience dilemmas.

Now, through the years, we have all developed some skills that have become valuable and instead of auditioning…we just create our own content.

First one I was involved in:

https://youtu.be/LFz3CjPshw0

This was amazing fun to create.

The second one was a little harder. Mainly as, I thought of the idea during a holiday, and filmed it in a week. Due to the lack of preparation, I was able to get 5 people to help with bodies…and a few with kids to help with sounds.

Huge thanks to the non actors who helped with the footage. Considering I made the fall onto the piss full floor of the alleys in Cwmbran. Sorry guys…you will always be legends in my eyes.

This one was all about the sound…all about the suspense, and we’ll find out before the end of November if we’re winners.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bg0VVP2PUok

The Mighty Fozzy entertainment in association with Time & Space Production has put together our 60 second Horror scene for @Collective_hq @the_ningyo and @lacie_tech #contest #Behindthedoor @time.spacepro

Cast:

Chris Von Ruhland, Thomas Greenhaf, Sarah Rowe, James Rowe, Jay Bayford

Voice Cast

Chris Von Ruhland, Natasha Best, Zoila Garman,

and introducing

“Little Sh*t Faces that won’t go to bed”

Grayson Best, Abbie Davies, Declan Davies

Created By Gavin L Johnson @themytfozzy

Inspiration from Chris Von Ruhland

Pizza Image Designed by Macrovector 

Acquired from www.freepik.com

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