A TALK WITH DIRECTOR ARTHUR WOODCROFT

Watching films directed by Arthur Woodcroft transports an individual into a world which we can say only Arthur could create his style is very distinctive yet so simple in its process .we are please to show an exclusive film made by ARTHUR called SCARF  ROUGH haven the pleasure  speaken with this talent who is a force to be reconde with .

What can people expect to see from your work

Id like to think something different. Something that makes people pause and reflect. Theres a lot of amazing film work going on out there right now so I need to stand out from the crowd.

At what age or time In your life did directing cross from a hobby to something more serious

Its been an ambition since I started my career as a photographer. Only until recently has there been such a change in the technology that has made directing a realistic goal.

What and when was your first action of pursuing a directing Career

Once I started playing with early Phantom cameras that was it for me. I totally fell in love with seeing objects and effects moving in super slow motion.I began testing with a company who could supply the latest high speed gear and we took it from there.

How would you define the actual role that a director is supposed to fill

Without wanting to sound cheesy I guess you have to be the eye of the storm. Its an incredibly difficult role to both control the running of the shoot and the crew plus keeping true to the artistic intention. It probably gets a little easier as time goes on and Ive been very lucky to have had some great help and guidance so far.

Would you say you have a signature directing style and creative worK process

I think every creative does. Everyone has different references and ways of understanding. Its just a matter of having the courage to stick the course with a particular style.Finding that style is the really hard part. Especially taking into account the cost of running a shoot.

Relatively how hard is it to ` make it ` in the directing world , and what skills help this

I think its becoming harder and easier at the same time. Its so much more accessible now but this gives way to much greater competition.You have to be able to communicate withe a great variety of people; sometimes simultaneously.Having a clear vision is the key however. Being able to be flexible without compromising your vision only helps further.

What projects have you got coming up right now

That would be telling!

What would you say is your greatest accomplishment as a director

Working with my production company to create treatments for some big clients was a real challenge but felt great presenting to the clients.And being interviewed by ROUGH magazine!

What is the best advice you could give someone new to filmmaking

Dont get scared of the technology and if you have a good idea just go for it!