Author Archives: Thom Jackson-Wood


(written after attending the Millions Missing Demonstration in London, UK on 12th May 2018) By Thom Jackson-Wood Shoes… Shoes everywhere This isn’t a clear-out sale at a shoe shop It’s a protest – of absence. The absence of living that … Continue reading

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#MillionsMissing 2018: Broadcasting House, London

This year, Rebecca and I wanted to get more involved in the wider campaign to have ME recognised as a legitimate health condition and release funds for biomedical research, and we went to the London protest of #MillionsMissing on Saturday … Continue reading

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Remembering Sue Firth – 10 Years On

Hi everyone, we’re still here! Things are happening, but most of post-production goes on behind the scenes. As such, we’ve been quiet for a little while, but still we move forward, inch by inch. In some ways, this is much … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! Special Thanks…

Hi everyone! Happy New Year! Apologies for the long delays between posts – Rebecca and I are still working on The Black Box, and we have posted updates, but we’ve not been able to always link them on the website. … Continue reading

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The Wallflower – Peter Gabriel

Hello everyone I’ve been meaning to post a bit about writing The Black Box films, and how they came together. When I wrote them, I drew inspiration from a number of sources, but a key turning point was when I … Continue reading

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The BFI Future Film Festival: How It All Began…

This week, Rebecca and I went to the BFI Future Film Festival, held at the BFI Southbank Centre in London, now in its tenth year (Gosh!). The festival ran from the 16th-19th February, and between us, we were there for … Continue reading

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