Adam Deacon is a British actor, writer and director and the winner of last year’s BAFTA Rising Star award. He recently wrote a piece for Independent Blogs about the importance of the “Moments Worth Paying For” campaign; whilst I’ve written before about how I think that responsible filesharing may benefit the film industry. I recently spoke to Adam about how the industry is dealing with filesharing, and how independent British films have managed to thrive despite diminishing DVD sales.
It’s been an amazing year. And my fan base has really made a lot of this happen for me. They came out for all the films at the start of my career. And they came out for Anuvahood and they were the ones that made that film a success. And then with the BAFTA nomination, people’s vote showed their support.
Dwain Lucktung is a content and community manager for somewhereto_ and Livity. He is also an editor, journalist and mentor. In his own words he talks about his journey from London to Rio to shoot ‘tRio’ – a short film for somewhereto_ with actor and director Adam Deacon and talented young dance crew TriN3rgy.
Adam Deacon writes, directs and stars in this British coming-of-age comedy. Kenneth or ‘K’ (Deacon) is a waster who works in a supermarket and is going nowhere in life. That is, until he decides to transform himself into a gangster…
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