The Leeds International Film Festival was the second stop for Show Pieces at film festivals, having debuted at the London Fright Fest. Show Pieces consists of three parts of the five piece short film series written by Alan Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins. While Show Pieces as screened at the festival includes Act of […]
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Thought Bubble, Britain’s biggest comics art festival, runs from the 9th to the 16th of November in Leeds But the Leeds International Film Festival runs from the 5th to the 20th of November. And where they intersect, that’s where Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins will be showing off Show Pieces, three of their short The […]
Khandie Khisses talked to Bleeding Cool about her role in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins’ Show Pieces, Khandie Khisses is many things. Veteran soldier, burlesque dancer, stand up comedian, occasional contributor to Bleeding Cool – and actor in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins’ Show Pieces, recently showing at London’s FrightFest. We bumped into each other […]
Today, in Leicester Square, London, we have had the FrightFest premiere at Vue Cinema of three of Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins‘ short films linked together as Show Pieces. You can pre-order your copy here if you want. But before that, Kickstarter backers of the third of those short films (including me) were given a […]
“Yes! We can blame you! By and large that’s what we’re here for.” My throat is raw and screaming. Three days ago I had my tonsils removed, it was an operation that I was completely unaware of. I don’t remember being given the anaesthetic, I just remember being woken, sitting up strapped to a bed, people […]
It’s the final, Kickstarter-funded, film in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins‘ series of short films, collectively known as Show Pieces, that will lead to further appearances of this alternate Northampton, known as The Show. Here is your first look at His Heavy Heart, starring Darrel D’Silva, Andrew Buckley and Khandie Khisses, for the readers of Bleeding […]
It’s a very unusual experience to be a viewer of a film project, from a distance, and to write about it, and then suddenly find myself dropped into the midst of the completion of the project and see it happening in real time. To see the actors in costume and make up, the cords and […]
As we followed closely here at Bleeding Cool, Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins Kickstarted the final installment of their short film series entitled His Heavy Heart and made their goal by quite a margin, and plenty of Bleeding Coolers turned out to help the film on its way. As a group, the five short film […]
The lights come on, one by one, film by film.
Alan Moore talks about the Jimmy's End movies, and how His Heavy Heart will bridge the gap between the initial short films and his planned feature film, The Show
This is from the Jimmy’s End storyboard, eighty panels as originally drawn by Alan Moore in 2010, and only available in the Jimmy’s End‘s screenplay book, available signed and numbered only as part of the £150 donor reward for the His Heavy Heart kickstarter. One for true Alan Moore collectors, there….
You'd watch a Downton Abbey with Alan Moore summoning butlers, summoning maids and summoning great demons from the imaginasphere, wouldn't you?
Darrell D'Silva is in rehearsals right now but looking forward to working on His Heavy Heart, the final film in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins' Jimmy's End.
Warning: contains minor spoilers. Every time a new Alan Moore project is announced, it’s a big deal. The Kickstarter campaign for His Heavy Heart, the last chapter in the Jimmy’s End Cycle should be especially a big deal because it would complete the first feature length movie to be made with an original screenplay he […]
We couldn't be more proud.
They are continuing to promote their Kickstarter appeal to fund the last of their Jimmy’s End short films, His Heavy Heart. And Alan Moore had decided to do so stroking a stuffed pussy cat and sporting an eye patch…. and talking about their upcoming film and/or TV series The Show. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41NsxLB2qiQ[/youtube]
This will be the fifth in a series of five such films, two of which have been released so far, with four finished.