Welcome to FibreFilms
FibreFilms is brought to you by Nottingham based filmmaker Stuart McDonald. Collaborating with fellow contemporaries across a range of production roles to bring fresh and evocative content
to your screens.
“I consider myself a filmmaker, but find it difficult to categorise myself into a definitive role."
“I consider myself a filmmaker, but find it difficult to categorise myself into a definitive role. I mainly write, produce and direct short films, but also have a solid knowledge and understanding of many other aspects of film production. As filmmakers we have a better chance of success if we have a varied skillset, but this must be partnered with an impenetrable drive to get our scripts made. Share hard work and a whole lot of patience go along way too; all we can do is strive for progressing, in the hope we achieve recognition along the way.
I have made a handful of shorts to date from a range of genres. I am more proud of some, than others, but believe all of them have shown progression both technically and creatively. I couldn’t wish for a better crew to work with, as I’m learning from them all the time and that to me is invaluable. I am currently enjoying making short films but I’m determined to venture into feature films in the near future.”
Founded in 2013, Stuart graduated from Ravensbourne with a BA Honours Degree in Digital Film Production.Now focussing his efforts as a Writer/Director, he started FibreFilms with the intent to work with some of the newest and exciting London based filmmakers. Stuart is balancing his career of making short films and documentaries, with working on bigger film productions as a ‘Key Floor Runner and ‘3rd Assistant Director’. Stuart is always proactive, loving the journey and learning his craft.
Specialising in short film production, Fibre Films will hit the ground running with an ideas you may have.
Fibre Films produce compelling documentaries that capture the audience in eye catching film.
Helping businesses market their product with high quality, creative film production.
Please get in touch for anything film related
Movies are my religion and God is my patron. I'm lucky enough to be in the position where I don't make movies to pay for my pool. When I make a movie, I want it to be everything to me; like I would die for it.
Filmmaking, like any other art, is a very profound means of human communication; beyond the professional pleasure of succeeding or the pain of failing, you do want your film to be seen, to communicate itself to other people.
I didn't realize there are generations who do not know about the origins of film.