Killed the Cat (2014) ; Dir. Bertie Gilbert & Alia Hassan
"There are no strategies to kill people, real people."
"Well, real people are gonna kill each other regardless. I guess you might as well use a bit of strategy!"
abertiegilbertfilm meeting a Bertie Gilbert.
My lovely friend Catherine meeting Bertie :) She’s been a fan as long as I have and I’m so glad she finally got the chance to meet and chat with him!
I’m not very sure what type of camera he uses on his films it’s probably a different assortment of them (or at least the lenses) but I know he used to use his canon 60d but that has probably changed since then. Sorry for not knowing. x
Bertie’s Short Films: Killed The Cat
Bertie’s most recent short (co-directed with Alia Hassan) was released tonight and it was quite experimental but genuinely fascinating to watch. Dark, ambiguous and slightly creepy, it was again different to any of his previous shorts which I really liked. Characters, plot and cinematography were also on point as usual but my favourite scene was one that included masks and flour and weird trance dancing (hence why I included it in this!)
I thought that a gif was appropriate for this project because there is something completely different and strange about this film, and I urge everyone who hasn’t seen it to do so at once! (even if it is almost 2am..) I hope you all like this!! Goodnight.
Well since they finished school, I’m guessing they all went to separate colleges. I’m also guessing they have very different goals in mind and just went on their own life routes you know? I’m pretty sure they’re still friends but it’s hard to keep in touch with people after school ends.
I read like one and some chapters of some because it was in his tag but didn’t really get into it or anything.