I was already looking foreward to the latest episode of Doctor Who which stars the fist female incarnation of theTime Lord played by the uber-talented Jodie Whittaker and a fresh behind the scenes team led by Broadchurch and Torchwood show runner Chris Chibnall, who earlier this year announced that the writers and the directors of the upcoming series would be the most diverse in the shows 55-year old history.Read More
It’s been an exciting and sometimes painful (more on this later) journey throughout Europe as I’ve taken Ramayana The Thread of Luminance to market, to coin a phrase, at MiPtv 2018 in a very rainy and cold Cannes in the south of France.
Most people will associate the French Rivera with glamour and film stars, but this week it was home to the ‘largest week in television’ as 5000 participants from all corners of the globe descended to sell, promote and sign deals in the international television industry along with networking opportunities. Whilst the strikes and weather in France did dent opportunities to take a break on the beach, I did manage to talk to a variety of co- production companies and distributors about my intentions to create the next big thing from my tireless work over the last decade.Read More
I know that I promised to email every month with updates but in my defence I have been caught up in a lot of work.
Since completing my digital comic and celebrating various holidays and birthdays, I have taken up the task of developing Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance project into a TV series.
Unlike drawing and writing over 1300 pages of comics and artwork, which seems easy in comparison, creating a TV series based on the Indian and Asian Epic is not a walk in the park. I have been researching what goes into creating a modern TV series.Read More