On Friday night I attended a special screening of 37 short films at the National Gallery, of a recent assignment by the London Film School, where a film that I produced the music for was shown. The film was called Locomotion, and it was written and directed by a good friend of mine, Carl Georg Rødsten. I found it especially interesting to notice the cinematography in the shorts and find parallels with still-image photography. The evening evolved into a beer session in a local Wetherspoons where I got to meet lots of the LFS film students. I am honoured to have been asked by Carl-Georg to make the music for his short, and I couldn’t have done it without excellent mentoring from my cousin Sam Sutton, who is a professional music producer. I had with me my friend Martha McAlpine from Brighton Based Octopus Film. The short film got the most laughs from the audience, being a comedy, and I got to meet the actors who were lovely people. Once a web-based version of the film is published I’ll add a link to it.