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Tim Porter’s Juggling
Crew:
Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter Producer: Anda Vlasaku Executive Producer: Tim Porter Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans Assistant Director: Milad Latoof Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins
Cast: Tim Porter Lindsey Clark Cyrus Trafford Quben Link Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.
Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.

Tim Porter’s Juggling

Crew:

Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter
Producer: Anda Vlasaku
Executive Producer: Tim Porter
Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans
Assistant Director: Milad Latoof
Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote
Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane
Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc
Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins

Cast:
Tim Porter
Lindsey Clark
Cyrus Trafford
Quben Link
Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.

Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.


Tim Porter’s Juggling
Crew:
Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter Producer: Anda Vlasaku Executive Producer: Tim Porter Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans Assistant Director: Milad Latoof Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins
Cast: Tim Porter Lindsey Clark Cyrus Trafford Quben Link Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.
Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.

Tim Porter’s Juggling

Crew:

Written, Directed & Co-Edited by: Tim Porter
Producer: Anda Vlasaku
Executive Producer: Tim Porter
Director of Photography: Richard Jephcote & Dean Evans
Assistant Director: Milad Latoof
Lighting Operators: Sarah Peace & Richard Jephcote
Sound Recordists: Anne Moses & Amey Tamhane
Music by: Substeppers, Volor Flex and Breakystarmc
Runners: John Mooney & Shay Dawkins

Cast:
Tim Porter
Lindsey Clark
Cyrus Trafford
Quben Link
Yvonne Riley

Andrew Watson, a 23 year old businessman is carrying an overbearing guilt that is eating away at his very existence. Leading two different lives, he is failing to get a grip on either. At the root of his problem is finding himself torn between two women; one being his disabled mother who is solely dependent on her son, the other, Jill (a fellow co-worker), who provides Andrew with an opportunity of a possible future of independence. Andrew is conflicted psychologically. Trying to balance both these lives seemingly puts grave strain on both relationships and his working life. His mother, when left unattended, is accident-prone leading Andrew to be consumed with fear of separation from his mother. This leads him to symptomatically return to the role of a child.

Tim Porter’s Juggling is a dark, unflinching and disturbing experience. A hybrid of several genres and constantly challenging audience expectations, the less you know about it the stronger the effect.

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BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice 2012 Degree Show

Exhibition at P3 Gallery, 35 Marylebone Road, London, UK
Baker St Tube Station
18th-20th June
Private View: Monday 18th, 5:30-8:30pm


Screening of Moving Image work at Roxy Bar & Cinema
London Bridge Tube Station
17th June
1-6pm


Screening of Moving Image work at The Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street
Oxford Circus Tube Station
22nd June
6-10pm