Music video was used at the end of all gigs on the Phatfish Faithful tour, was then included as an extra on their 2006 “There is a Day DVD Album” see their website for more info Phatfish Website
Simeon is an award winning Writer/Director based in London. He has worked for several film companies, most recently as a founding member of Quirky Motion. Simeon's portfolio ranges from music videos for Phatfish, Newton Faulkner, New Cassettes, a series of docs for BBC Electric Proms, through to a trainee Directorship on an ITV production with the accomplished Director Ian Knox.
Official Selection and Distribution include the following festivals:
ASIA - Shanghai International Film Festival. Singapore International Film Festival. Macau International Movie Festival. Stepping Stones Festival, Bengaluru. WorldKids International Film Festival. Whatashort International Film Festival. All Lights India International Film Festival. 2nd Asia International (Wenzhou) Micro-Film Exhibition.
EUROPE - Cannes Short Film Corner. Zurich Film Festival. Salento Finibus Terrae Film Festival. Marbella International Film Festival. Comedy Cluj - International Film Festival, Romania. Västerås Film Festival, Sweden. Shorts on Tap, London. London Rolling Film Festival. The co-operative Film Festival. Penine International Film Festival. Userfarm Film Festival, EU. 50 Kisses Feature Script Segment Competition (long list), UK.
NORTH AMERICA - IndieFlix, Amazon, Other Venice Film Festival. Asians on Film Festival. WeLike'EmShort, Viewster Film Festival. Ozark Shorts. Fanboy Film Festival. IndieWise Festival. MyProjectorLamps Short Film Contest. Brownsville International Film Festival. Wiper. Frame by Sound Festival, Dominican Republic. Vents Magazine Screenplay Contest. Enfoque, International Film Festival, Puerto Rico. Post Mortem International Short Film Fest. WildSound Film Festival - Toronto.
Sketches from Abraham Valley
A cut and stick collage of a crowd scene created from images of famous people from the 1990s. This was made at the time with images from magazines broadly placed in perspective order.