Fair City Podcast Network

Giving Perth Its Voice

Episode 05 – Giles Alderson

We were very lucky to have the chance to have Giles Alderson from The Filmmaker’s Podcast join us for a chat about his podcast and also his profession. Giles is passionate about what he does and we got totally caught up in that, giving us our longest podcast to date with the least amount of editing afterwards.

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Taken from The Filmmakers “About Us” section 

Giles recently directed the psychological horror feature film ‘The Dare’ which he co-wrote with Jonny Grant for Millennium Films at Nu Boyana Studios and stars Richard Brake (Batman, 31), Alexandra Evans (Redistributors), Bart Edwards (Fantastic Beasts), Richard Short (Vinyl, Public Enemies), Robert Maaser (M.I 5 Rogue Nation). Now in post.
Currently filming ‘The World of Darkness’ feature documentary. An in-depth look into how the World of Darkness and Vampire: The Masquerade role playing game created a phenomenon in the 1990’s.

Short Film – The Heart of the Forest – starring Jessica Henwick (Star Wars, Iron Fist) and Lourdes Faberes (Knightfall) for Pearl Street Films. Won an Award of Excllence for Best Film & Best Director at the Accolade Film Awards. Nominated at various others.

He directed the online TV sitcom – The Girl Whisperer starring Ralf Little & Joz Norris for Little Rock Pictures.

Now in prep for The Nobodies feature film with Parkhouse Pictures

website: directedbygiles.com

IMDb imdb.com/name/nm1815188

Twitter/Insta @gilesalderson

Extras related to the podcast with no explanation

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