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Joe Fordham

Joe Fordham began his career as a filmmaker in suburban South-East England, 1980. After a dozen or so Super 8 productions, Joe connived his way into producing his first 16mm film while working in London’s Soho filmmaking community. His eight-minute short, 'Board Game,' won BBC TV’s Showreel 86 and earned Joe a professional assignment, writing and directing 'Dogplant' for Channel Four TV in London.

Joe then fled the country and worked for ten years in visual effects, creature effects and postproduction in Los Angeles. Since 2001, Joe has been associate editor at Cinefex magazine, while screenwriting and moviemaking in the digital video format. 'The Glitch' is Joe’s first HD short. Rumor has it, he is planning more.

Short film credits

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The Glitch

United States | Jun 2008 | 12:57
Late-night TV viewer Harry Owen experiences a series of brain-splitting digital breakdowns that cause him to question his perception of reality and hi...
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