The Last Boy location
Excited for the future, I'm joining the Art Department crew of another feature film "The Last Boy". It's a wonderfully touching story, and we will be filming in the English countryside.

More info about the project here:

A new short is almost out and ready to be seen. It's a modern take on apostle Paul, formerly Saul.
Produced for and with the help of Hillsong Church, London.
On-line version coming soon!
By joining the Art Department team of The Hatton Garden Job film, I experienced first hand what a insane combo a micro-budget and an overly ambitious direction make.

Nevertheless, I met some awesome professionals and I learned tons about the production design world. I am looking forward to the next challenge.

A bit of promo about the film:
Some super cool cartoons published on the bbc website:



A pre-vis for a new idea I've been working on. It's supposed to be funny, and it's for you to judge!
Young editor Aiden Jordan just joined me to finally finish post production of Colorblind, a short we shot in Savannah in 2014, adapted from a TV series by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
The short film is finishing post production and is still going to be doing its festival round :)
Enjoyed working with some amazingly talented crew and cast on this one!!!
Finally, the movie I ADed in the Summer of 2014 has released a trailer!!! Looks great and I'm so excited to see the whole movie. Come on Jim, push that baby out!
Article by Cathy Kostova

From Lois Weber to Kathryn Bigelow, and the “Chick-Flick” Reputation

Manohla Dargis argues that Kathryn Bigelow’s two-fisted win at the Academy Awards, in 2009, for best director and best film, for “The Hurt Locker”, has helped dismantle stereotypes about what types of films women can and should direct. As much as I agree with her that this was a historic and exhilarating moment for women filmmakers all around the world, I find the fact that the Oscar was granted to a movie with no female point of view whatsoever and to a director who tries her best not to be identified as female when it comes to her job, proves that films with strong female characters, and women directors who create such characters, remain very rarely recognized.
Download the full article.
In the course of one night, Eugene has to learn to tackle his inner fears, become a man, save a life and take care of the ones who used to take care of him.
This is a short film directed by Cathy Kostova. Produced by Ray of Dreams and SCAD on location in Savannah, GA, USA.
Here's a music video edited by Cathy Kostova, directed by Mark Wojahn.