Sharon passes her MA Screenwriting (Film and TV)

April 2nd, 2011

Good news! Sharon has been advised that she has passed her MA Screenwriting (Film and TV) with Royal Holloway, University of London.

“All I need to do now is get something produced and made – and I’m working on that!” she said. “The other thing is, I now get to wear another silly hat for a day…”

I’m sure she’ll look splendid.

‘Charlene’ website www.charlenethefilm.com

March 29th, 2011

The website is up and running for Charlene, and the producers are confident to raise the funds to complete filming in France. Check out http://www.charlenethefilm.com for more information.

‘Charlene’ production starts in UK

January 26th, 2011

26/01/11 – Filming for UK elements of the feature film ‘Charlene’, produced by Rough Edges Productions, completed yesterday successfully.  Sharon Odams, the Director, said, “it was a tough shoot, with an extremely tight budget, but the cast and crew were absolutely amazing – I couldn’t have asked for a better team.”

The UK footage will be used to generate more interest and financing to complete the film in 2011, where the remainder of the film will be shot in France.

Sharon’s Showreel

January 4th, 2011

This is Sharon Odams’ Director Showreel, including extracts from Life Bonds, M for Murder, The Ring, but there are many more samples available. However, most of these are not yet publicly available, so please contact me for additional samples.

As more work becomes publicly available, the showreel will be updated – as you can imagine, my favourites are in the work that is hidden away… But that’s life…!

October 25th, 2010

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Chances

October 5th, 2010
A hairdresser’s plans to see the Kaiser Chiefs are thwarted… or are they?



Life Bonds

October 5th, 2010

Officially Selected for the London Independent Film Festival 2010, Life Bonds is about two best friends who deal with the ultimate sacrifice.

LIFF Official Selection - Life Bonds

Simon Phillips’ Tools of Directing

October 4th, 2010
Sharon’s confidence soared as she added a new tool to her repertoir by attending a MasterClass in the tools of directing, hosted by the Director’s Guild of Great Britain (DGGB) and Simon Phillips.  Simon’s approach is based on one simple, arguably obvious, core fundamental upon which everything else is built, and Sharon has found it provides a solid base upon which to develop her vision for a film, adding to the tools she has already.
“With my scientific and planning background, I tend to try and structure a lot of how I look at things.  This approach allows me to be more creative in a controlled way – it sounds like an oxymoron, but it works!”
We’ll see with her next film!