Video: Paul Gray and Arran Gray explain how their holiday in Mexico dramatically turned in to a filmmaking trip, with long bus rides giving them time to write a script. The creative duo also tell us how they got their film screened at one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world.

Profile: This is the first film that Paul and his nine-year-old son Arran have made together. The film received its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best British short film.

 

 

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Tree of Tule

  • Wed 27 June (suitable for ages 8-13) "All of the people in my class wanted my autograph!" Nine-year-old director Arran Gray reveals that his film was a real hit with his school.

    Wed 27 June (suitable for ages 8-13) "All of the people in my class wanted my autograph!" Nine-year-old director Arran Gray reveals that his film was a real hit with his school.

    Father-son filmmaking team Paul and Arran Gray tell FILMCLUB reporter Kerry about their short film Tree of Tule - a charming story about a young boy's quest to take a seed from the biggest tree in the world to the ocean.

     

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