Posts Tagged ‘childhood’

Video – Max Dix, Zero to Six, “The War in the Living room”, excerpt from the staged play

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Another short segment from my play, “Max Dix, Zero to Six”. It can only give a taste of the use of video work with actors. This concerns two brothers (as children) listening to their parents fight in the next room. Then the father leaves….


Here’s the link to the video.


Here’s another segment: The Soap Opera Scene.


Here’s some stills extracted from the video:


War in livingroom-1


War in livingroom-2


War in livingroom-3


War in livingroom-4


War in livingroom-5


Hope you enjoy. Thanks for visiting.

Max Dix, Zero to Six, video clip, The Soap Opera Scene

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Isabel Walsh, Mehran Khalili, actors, Max Dix Zero to Six


In 2008, I wrote and directed a play that went on to win a couple of national and international writing awards called Max Dix, Zero to Dix. A modest video was made out of two performances, and I’ve taken the decision to start posting some snippets and scenes of it.


The quality of the videos does not live up to the quality of the acting, but I hope generous viewers will be forgiving. The video was shot over two separate evenings in front of an audience during its run in Brussels, and sometimes the lighting, the cuts, the grainy images, aren’t all they could be. Yet the videos will certainly give a taste, and one hopes, pleasure, in what was presented.


Scene from the play, Max Dix Zero to Six


I haven’t spoken at length about this play because there hasn’t been a need or an urge, but perhaps in time, and with interest.


CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE VIDEO


Soap Opera Scene 1


Soap Opera Scene - Vincent Eaton play


George Taylor Memorial Award in the UK's National Drama Festival Association Playwriting Competition for 2008


Verulam award for best original play, Festival of European Anglophone Festival, Stockholm, 2008