TDM EDITOR’S NOTE: JANUARY 2009
To celebrate TDM’s 10th Anniversary issue, I am pleased to announce a TDM first: exclusive interviews with leading figures of the CP world!
There are 3 interviews in total, with each consisting of 13 questions.
As a result, I have nicknamed the interviews, “The 39 Steps!”
Interview 1 is with none other than Rich O’shea of Sting Pictures.
Interview 2 is with Keith and Si of CP Services London.
Last, but by no means least, interview 3 is with Mr. Andrews of Sting fame!
At this point, I would like to thank all those named above who very kindly agreed to take part and devoted time and effort to answering my questions.
I would like to begin, “The 39 Steps”, with the first exclusive interview, with Rich from Sting Pictures!
Phil Jones (Editor & Founder: TDM): January 2009
Q3. The film, “Grey Shorts”, (one of my particular favourites) was, as I recall, the first STING film in which all the scenes were set in an educational establishment. Along with its sequel, “St. Datchet's Academy”, amongst others, this theme is very popular: the school discipline-type film. In your experience, are the school discipline films the most popular of all, in comparison to (say) those dealing with Institutional discipline such as, “My Borstal Days”, or is the popularity about the same for both?
The other two interviews will follow shortly