Note from editor
We have some excellent content lined up for you lucky people in this issue of Watch This
Space Film Magazine. We have not one but two cracking interviews with some very talented
people hot on the indie film scene right now.
As well as that we have some really excellent reviews
on a variety of independent films. As you may have
been able to guess from the front cover we have a
review of the wonderfully quirky and delightfully indie
film The Life Aquatic.
Wes Anderson is a particular favourite of mine and his
work never fails to impress. I was nervous when I
heard Chris Watt wanted to review this film as this
was the first Anderson film I saw and I want everyone
to like it, but did Chris? Well I guess you'll have to find
The support we have for the work we do is amazing and growing day by day. The
team and I really do have a burning passion for all things indie film and we love
sharing the great work that is out there with you lovely people and I hope you enjoy
We would be delighted if you would take a second to tell a friend about what we do
here as the more people visiting our website and reading this e-magazine, the more
exposure these indie films get.
Founder and Editor of Watch This Space Film Magazine