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At long last, I’ve been wanting to do this for the last few weeks now, but here is my latest film, Dentures.

It’s a short comedy about the world of rap battling and how sometimes we need to speak the right “language” to communicate between generations.

Me and Andy (check out his webtv have been talking about making short films for what seems like forever, so we finally decided to stop talking and start doing. Dentures (formally Oh Grandma) is an idea I came up literally one sunday morning talking to my wife, so for it to be completed 3 months later is a blessing.

As I said in my previous blog posts, it was a pleasure working on my first personal narrative film with dialogue since university (over 3 years ago YIKES). Post production has been pretty straight forward. It’s always easier when you are working with quality talent, which I can’t stress enough.

Here is a little bit of what went into the whole day:

Shooting two films in one day was a great exercise in discipline. Sometimes you have to create a limitation to get the most out of your creativity. Having half a day to shoot a film surely put a new spin on things, stay tuned for my friend Andy's upcoming short film Richie, which will be premiering soon.

All in all it’s been a great way to get back into the swing of things, and all I can say is stay tuned, 2014 is going to be a year of short films.

Without further adieu here is my latest short Dentures:

Have a nice day and God Bless


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Anderson West is an award winning UK and Floridian filmmaker who enjoys shooting what he knows, thinking far too big, and hopes to one day, dream for a living. He studied Media (Film) Production at Staffordshire University and finished with a 1st class honours. He has directed, produced, and shot…

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