LSE Limelight #9: ‘Call Me When You Get This’ Short Film

“When I was reading my Hobbes I realised that the only way I was going to hold onto these [film] ideas was if I wrote them down. And now it’s a 10-minute short film” – Sebastian Mullen, writer and co-director of the new short film ‘Call Me When You Get This’.

This week we’re speaking to Sebastian Mullen, about the short film he wrote and co-directed, ‘Call Me When You Get This’. We talk about how he created the film while avoiding GV100, his process and his advice for students interested in filmmaking. Make sure to watch his film: here

This is LSE Limelight from the Beaver Sound. We bring you all the best stories from students and groups around campus.

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