Robert Shears

Robert Shears

Freelance
Gaffer/lighting Technician

London, England

Member Since:
January 2016
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About Robert

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  • Theatreland

    Theatreland (2016)
    Film by Carys Watford (Short, Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An aspiring actress invites us to share a glimpse of her life working as an usher in a West End theatre, exposing the wasted talent and questioning what it takes to be an artist.

  • White

    White (2016)
    Film by Uday Ananthan (Romance) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Butterfly Kisses

    Butterfly Kisses (2016)
    Film by Rafael Kapelinski (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Following Jake and his two best friends; a teenage world revolving around sex and porn. Each friend has their own demons, but Jake has a dark secret. One that he can't confess to anyone, including his friends.

  • Creation

    Creation (2016)
    Film by Ruggero Dalla Santa (Short, Drama, Fantasy, Romance and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Myth of Hopelessness

    The Myth of Hopelessness (2016)
    Film by Shaun Robert Smith (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department The Myth Of Hopelessness follows the story of a young Parisian woman - Evie, who absconds to England to make a fresh start after surviving a harrowing upbringing. Evie takes a job as an agency carer and is quickly placed with a tetraplegic patient John. The burden of the job stirs up Evie's past and exhaustion sets in, it seems that the limits of caring are not always as clear as they should be. Forced to go above and beyond the call of duty, tormented by guilt and shame, Evie questions her own morals as past & present actions merge into the terrifying circumstances that unfold. It's only a matter of time before someone SNAPS! Written by Blacksmith Pictures

  • Love at Fast Sight

    Love at Fast Sight (2015)
    Film by Gareth Halfpenny (Short and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A quirky love story about dating.

  • Coupled

    Coupled (2015)
    Film by Jamie Sims (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A couple spend a lazy afternoon in bed. He just wants to hang out but she has other plans.

  • Brian Jonestown Massacre: Pish

    Brian Jonestown Massacre: Pish (2015)
    Film by Christopher Brown (Short and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Music video for 'Pish', featured on BJM's Mini Album Thingy Wingy.

  • Purple

    Purple (2015)
    Film by Michelle Karaivanov (Short and Drama) Cinematographer A jealous boyfriend ensures faithfulness from his girlfriend permanently. Based on the poem "Porphyria's Lover" by Robert Browning.

  • Friend Request

    Friend Request (2015)
    Film by Gareth Fient (Short and Drama) Cinematographer Samantha is alone in the society struggles to make human connections through this app, living her mundane routine observing others around her. Part of her day-to-day routine is visiting her grandfather, Harry, in an Old Age Home. Here, she speaks aloud, since her grandfather still likes to communicate this way; it reminds him of how he used to speak to Samantha when she was a child. Harry likes to crack jokes and flirt shamelessly. He will make any excuse to get a pretty young caretaker to come and assist him with his TV or laptop. Samantha also opens up to her grandfather as he is her main source of social interaction; Harry encourages Samantha to talk to people and make more 'Friend Requests'. One day Samantha notices a young man called James on her journey to work and is drawn to the fact he reads old fashioned books instead of kindles. Samantha tries to find the courage in this story to finally make a human connection with James. Written by Shira Kaliski

  • The Monster Underneath

    The Monster Underneath (2015)
    Film by Jake Bryson (Short and Comedy) Cinematographer Jack, a self loathing young man, has two major issues, one, is that he suspects his girlfriend is cheating on him, and the other, is that he is almost certain there is a monster hiding under his bed.

  • McBusted: Tourplay

    McBusted: Tourplay (2014)
    Film by David Spearing (Documentary and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Join Tom, Harry, Danny, Dougie, Matt and James as they tour across the country as the newly established boy band "McBusted": a newly collaborated boyband containing McFly and Busted. Contains both behind the scene fun adventures as well as footage from their live shows.

  • Puja Nights

    Puja Nights (2013)
    Film by Tanjil Rashid (Short, Comedy, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department British-Asian teenager Priya (Taj Atwal) spends her nights fantasising about being a Bollywood starlet. Her widowed mother, Mrs Shah (Nina Wadia), spends hers in the worshipful company of the ancient Hindu idols. The only idol in Priya's life, however, is the comically dashing Indian action hero Cosmo Basmati (Kulvinder Ghir). When Cosmo visits their London suburb on a promotional tour, mother and daughter's conflicting attitudes come to a head. Puja Nights is a female-driven comedy-drama about our dreams and illusions as well as an affectionate celebration of Bollywood in its centenary year (with a dream sequence straight out of a Bombay Talkie, to boot!) Written by Anonymous

  • On the Bridge

    On the Bridge (2013)
    Film by Sameer Patel (Short, Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew One night in London, while crossing Waterloo Bridge, a downtrodden office worker called Matthew meets the larger than life Danny, a hard-talking soldier on a mission to jump into the River Thames before he ships out. Though what starts as a chance encounter between these two men will turn into a night that will change both their lives forever, in this tale of modern manhood. Written by Anonymous

  • Inside America

    Inside America (2010)
    Film by Barbara Eder (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Situated on the Mexican border, Hanna High School is a place of daily tragedies. Cocaine-addicted cheerleaders, patriotic ROTC-students, gang members and Mexican girls in search of a husband, collide in this story. And yet, they have a lot in common. At school, they swear on the American flag, dream of white picket fences and fancy cars, but when they leave reality strikes them like an incurable disease. Written by Barbara Eder

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