Paul TT Easter is a controversial outspoken and a prolific micro-budget filmmaker. Having created 12 feature films and 5 shorts in a mere five year period, his unflinching attitude and controversial statements only seem to bring forth negative comments which have resulted in strengthening his resolve and making him a more resolute filmmaker. His work is heavily influenced by filmmakers Shane Meadows,Gaspar Noé,and Nicolas Roeg. Easter follows an unwavering mantra that filmmaking should always be fun and should never cost the earth to shoot a movie. Paul TT Easter was recently interviewed for Devil Dog Shuck Returns (2016) in UK’s The Lowestoft Journal and Eastern Daily Press, and for Stagger (2016) in UK’s Guardian.
Found footage film with a new take on the folklore tales of the horrific beast terrorizing Suffolk and Norfolk England. Devil Dog Shuck Returns is the...[Read More]
Richard, a local streetwise guy, becomes aware that his favourite coastal walk has some unsavoury characters appearing far too often for his liking. A...[Read More]
Two men work as low budget film stuntmen and stunt coordinators but a stunt backfires and one is injured. The two men try and outdo each other by push...[Read More]
A shy withdrawn country lad (Eric) is watching Global Citizens music video Broken Doll over and over. He becomes fixated on the girl starring in the v...[Read More]
A low budget filmmaker is shooting a documentary about his early comic mishaps in film, making and pointing out some of the pitfalls of British film-m...[Read More]