As part of a recent WEA film course in Liverpool, tutor/director Chase Johnston-Lynch interviewed his students about the films they have made and their learning experience.
This week Nigel Goodwin talks about how the course has shaped his directing, acting, editing and props.
Students on the 'Making Scary Horror Scenes' course have been having fun creating a slew of amazing horror shorts to frighten audiences everywhere. Here is a sample from one the course's emerging talents, director Nigel Goodwin.
WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS SOME SCENES THAT ARE SCARY AND NOT FOR EVERYBODY
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