A brief look at the brand for the travel films and a link to the new YouTube Channel. … More The Beginning of LOST
A Short by James FitzRoy They were all staring at me – hundreds of them – motionless in the void, the darkness engulfing us like a thick, smothering blanket. I had no physical bond yet I couldn’t move, as if frozen by their penetrating stares. What did they want from me? Suddenly, the sound of thunder shook the … More A Therapy of Shadows
“…science is not just a dry accumulation of facts. It is a way of thinking about things, a way to distinguish truth from fiction, and a way to determine to what extent something is understood and known. Above all, it is an honest view of the world, in which no idea is accepted unless it … More Starting with Science
The Set Up Time for change! I was asked by a friend to help him find components to build his new PC; both of us had been out of the ‘game’ for a while but we accepted the challenge and dove in with relish! – I had left PC building to work on the more … More Building a PC
I found myself while sitting on a frozen rock, cold penetrating my ineffectual layers of clothing like daggers trying to jab at my bones. I’d been up since before the sun rose on this frosty winder’s morning and I was just willing the sun to bleach some heat into me; but it wasn’t to be. … More The Filmmaker’s War
A selection of photos taken in France during a winter trip with friends in 2004-2005. After the ferry crossing from Plymouth, we visited Mont Saint-Michel before continuing south along the eastern coast to a friend’s holiday home. We also visited the local town of Laval during several nights out. All shots were taken with a Sony compact digital camera. … More Photography in France
Another addition to the SF//Doors/Corridors series. This one was a little difficult as the directly keenly utilised 2 distinct spaces: the human Prometheus ship and the alien cave/ship interiors. With this in mind I tried to split the doors/corridors into human and alien. Enjoy! Footage © 20th Century Fox Music by Marc Streitenfeld Edit … More Prometheus//Doors/Corridors
After the dreadful (pun intended) mess that was 1995’s Judge Dredd, this low budget version of 2000AD’s comic book anti-hero successfully captures the tone and violent action. I remembered looking forward to Judge Dredd back in the early 90s even though I had little knowledge of the source material. But it was clear to see … More Dredd Meets Goldsmith
To continue my series of doors and corridors in science fiction cinema, here’s the first Star Trek flick (in 1080p no less!). I’ve expanded the usual ship-bound theme a little to encompass the use of ‘alien’ themed doors and corridors from the V’ger space craft and its ‘cloud’. I’m sure I’ll get around to the … More Star Trek Meets Doors/Corridors
Have I really done 14 of these now?! Well, here it is, another breakfast sketch. Of course you can have corn flakes any time of the day but thats a discussion that goes way beyond the simple pleasure of these sketches… “Is there any way to make it play itself?” What would be a most … More Games with Corn Flakes
A small collection of photographs taken of the sky and sunsets in various UK locations (Leeds, Frome, Warminster, Manchester). I suppose the sky and sunsets in particular will always provide a rich visual feast for the photographer, especially when the land becomes a silhouette and the light plays a merry dance with the lens.
This series of shorts is dedicated to exploring a new point of view on something well known. Words by Shirley Manson, Douglas Erickson, Steve Marker, Bryan Vig © Almo Music Corp., Deadarm Music, Irving Music Inc., Vibecrusher Music 1995 Shot & Edited by James FitzRoy © Flux Motion Pictures 2014
I like playing with light in photography, finding ways to keep the shutter open to capture motion in light or just finding cool beams or reflections of light. This is my first in a series of stills I’m calling Lightworks. Shot on a Sony P100 digital compact camera in 2007 in Leeds.