Here’s some of the brilliant films screened at Shooting The Breeze in May 2015. It was really brilliant. Next one is Sep 17th.
Ninian Doff / LBi UK / COOL UNICORN BRUV from iconoclast on Vimeo.
Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared: 1 from Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared on Vimeo.
Milk! Trailer from Ben Mallaby on Vimeo.
A Woman And A Dog from Grain Media on Vimeo.
Olly & Sophie … Continue reading Shooting The Breeze: the movies from May
Here we go… I have made a promise that I’ll heal one person, per day, for the whole of May*. Here’s the first three:
Stubbing Out Problem #1 Michael Spicer from Rachel Stubbings on Vimeo.
Stubbing Out Problem #2 feat Glassman Globes from Rachel Stubbings on Vimeo.
Stubbing Out Problems #3 feat Viola Newbury from Rachel Stubbings on Vimeo.
Everything will be up on stubbingoutproblems.com soon but there was a … Continue reading Stubbing Out Problems returns!
I’m doing this again it would seem…
May 1 Help You? Very clever.
I’ll be on a healing frenzy, every day for the month of May. Follow it all here: stubbingoutproblems.com
Shooting The Breeze is back for a third time after two sold out stonkers. Its an hour stuffed to the gills with all things film, hosted by myself (Rachel ((Stubbings)). There’ll be brand new shorts, selected scenes from features, live reads and more.
Shortwave Cinema, 10 Bermondsey Square, London, SE1 3UN
Thursday 21st of May – Doors 7pm, Show 7.15 – 8.15pm
Really, really good films up on the silver screen where … Continue reading Shooting The Breeze – May 21st
Hello. Myself and some wonderful actors are going to be doing a scripted read of my latest Good Grief script at the Soho Theatre as part of The Comedy Project on March 16th.
Joining me will be Alex Kirk, Felicity Montagu, Brett Goldstein, Kerry Godliman, Toby Williams, Marie Blount, Jamie Glassman and Jim Owen.
March 16th 8pm
21 Dean Street
London W1D 3NE
Box Office 020 7478 0100
Ticket link: http://www.sohotheatre.com/whats-on/the-comedy-project-2015/
Find … Continue reading Good Grief read at Soho Theatre
Just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who came to Shooting The Breeze on Monday and to all the (I’m going to swear now) fucking amazing filmmakers. Below are some samples for your viewing pleasure.
We kicked it off with Jon Drever’s Corner Boys #3 which unfortunately isn’t available online. In fact, Jon cut it the night before going to the Oscars where Grain’s wonderful … Continue reading Shooting The Breeze 23/02/15
We were so chuffed with how lovely the first Shooting The Breeze went that we’re doing it again!
It’s the opportunity to see work from the most exciting comedy talent behind and in front of the camera, up on the silver screen where it belongs. It never seems right watching the fruits of filmmakers labour on a diddy tablet or noodle splattered laptop screens, and bad … Continue reading Shooting The Breeze is BACK
On Sunday the 25th of January, Good Grief is being screened at The BFI as part of LOCO London Comedy Film Festival. We’re in the Comedy Shorts Showcase at 4pm.
You can book tickets here: Good Grief at LOCO
If you haven’t heard of a lovely new online magazine called Standard Issue then may I introduce you via an article I scribbled for them about procrastination: A Procrastinator’s Guide To Wasting Time Properly
Standard Issue is the brain child of Sarah Millican who quite rightly pointed out, there are very few magazines for woman that don’t focus on weight, fashion and some half baked idea … Continue reading Standard Issue article on how to waste time
Graham and Rybekah are two idiot characters myself and Jamie Glassman have been having worrying amounts of fun improvising with. Rybekah is a trustafarian who’s parents gave her an ultimatum: either she get a job or she’s having her allowance cut off. Two days later she was checking herself into rehab. That’s where she met ex music mogul Graham, he was nine stone back then … Continue reading A couple of new chumps…