|Cast: ||Malcolm Scott, John Bailie|
|Crew: ||Producers: Simon Wood - Screenwriters: Tim McCullough
Vulture is a journey into a world most of us know nothing about - Bloody operations, abandoned rooms, money changing hands, people getting used. A young loner from the outskirts of Belfast gets involved in a dark situation that will change his life. Trying to help a friend he sets up a quick way for him to make money but he doesn't realize who he is dealing with and how much it will really cost him. Once he has crossed the line, he can't step back, he has to live with it. A haunting observation of vulnerable desperation and mercenary existence, Vulture leaves you with something you can't wash off.
Tim McCullough studied Fine Art in London, to BA/MA Postgraduate level (University College London) Slade School of Art.
After leaving studies, he worked professionally as a creative director for advertising and brand agencies in London, Australia and Ireland.
His roles have varied, starting in design development moving through to creative director positions, and then eventually into directing
TV and Cinema advertising and short film. Tim has created work for work leading multi-national organisations: Coca Cola,
Sony, VW, BMW, Oxfam, Lion Nathan.
His mixed experience in fine art, the creative industry and advertising has given him an extensive knowledge of how to communicate powerfully
through the medium of film. He embraces risk, pushing the boundaries of story and structure. He rejects traditional film making preferring to
shoot guerilla style using whatever resources are at hand and at times selecting non-actors for key roles.
Tim is working on 3 short films at present and has a feature script in development.
My chosen way to express myself is metaphorically, through images. When we have enough time to look and study we really begin to see more than what is actually being presented.
I donít try to convince the audience of my ideas. By assembling images, I try to show a part of life, and I believe the viewer will identify with it in themselves.
I am interested in the process of filmmaking. Allowing possibility and potential to breathe within the creative process. The excitement and energy and being aware
of where the process is leading you. What happens when you arrange all the parts and then shoot. There is still a discipline but the focus is different.
Vulture is a product of a process of awareness and creative freedom.