FILM

bait

2019 | 16mm | feature film | cinematography by Richard Uren | directed by Mark Jenkin | Early Day Films

Bait is a forthcoming feature film from Mark Jenkin, produced by Early Day Films, due for release autumn 2019. Callum was Assistant Director on the film.

Cornish film-maker Mark Jenkin has contributed one of the most arrestingly strange movies in Berlin this year **** - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

For a film that draws on so much, Bait ultimately feels as unique as a found object, defying classification. It’s a creeping, original British work that feels pounded into existence by hand, or possibly belched up by the angry sea - Sight And Sound

One of the most original and stylistically bold films to world premiere in Berlin - The Hollywood Reporter

Square frames of startling beauty and simplicity - Variety

A gorgeous celebration of traditional filmmaking techniques and an angry howl - Little White Lies

Ravishing cinema - Screen International

Mark Jenkin’s wonderfully weird debut subverts the kitchen sink template to create one of Berlin’s most original and satisfying films - CineVue

It needs to be seen, because nothing else coming out of Britain right now has the same rage or daring as this - DMovies

A future social realist classic… One of the best British films to be released in recent years - Cultured Vultures

BRONCo's house

2015 | 16mm | featurette | cinematography by Richard Uren | directed by Mark Jenkin | Western Light Pictures 

Featurette from Mark Jenkin, released digitally and screened at festivals internationally in 2015. Callum was assistant director for the film. Watch it here.

A visually stunning and formally adventurous swirl of pure cinema! - Mark Kermode, BBC 5Live, The Guardian

Two years in the making, shot on 16mm film, and processed using instant coffee at the Newlyn School of Art, Bronco's House; one man's search for a house for himself and his wife. This does not begin to encapsulate the depth of cinematic form and thematic content that the film represents - The Cinematologists Podcast

Majestic...as if Nic Roeg had directed a kitchen sink drama - Neil Fox, Director's Notes

NO. 10

2015 | 16mm | words by Callum Mitchell | cinematography by Mark Jenkin | sound design by Rick Williams

Short commissioned as part of the Always Changing, Forever The Same exhibition, curated by Callum, Newlyn Art Gallery, autumn 2015.

I COME FROM

2015 | iPhone | 8mm | VHS | words & cinematography by Callum Mitchell | choir loop by Rick Williams

Short commissioned as part of the Always Changing, Forever The Same exhibition, curated by Callum, Newlyn Art Gallery, autumn 2015.

TOWN

2018 | 16mm | words by Callum Mitchell | cinematography by Michael Eddy | underscore by Rick Williams | Old Country | The Lazy Wind

Hand-processed short as part of a project from Callum and Michael Eddy.   

what you see is what you get

2015 | Super8 | audio compiled & arranged by Callum Mitchell | cinematography by Mark Jenkin 

Short commissioned as part of the Always Changing, Forever The Same exhibition, curated by Callum, Newlyn Art Gallery, autumn 2015.

nothing there

2018 | iPhone | 8mm | audio compiled & arranged by Callum Mitchell | cinematography by Callum Mitchell | music by Richie Crago | Civil Society Futures

Short film commissioned by Civil Society Futures highlighting the lack of opportunities and employment for young people in Penzance, Cornwall.

In my bones

2014 | Visit Cornwall | DeFacto films | words & performance by Callum Mitchell

SUMMER

2016 | VHS | cinematography by Callum Mitchell | sound design by Rick Williams

Short commissioned as part of the Homemade exhibition, curated by Callum, Newlyn Art Gallery, autumn 2016.

homemade

2015 | VHS | footage compiled & arranged by Callum Mitchell | song by Rick Williams 

Short commissioned as part of the Always Changing, Forever The Same exhibition, curated by Callum, Newlyn Art Gallery, autumn 2015.

happy Christmas

2011 | Digital | feature film | cinematography by Richard Uren | directed by Mark Jenkin | Western Light Pictures 

Feature film from Mark Jenkin, released digitally and screened at festivals internationally in 2011, in which Callum played the role of Carl Stafford. You can watch the film in its entirety above.