Read what the press has to say about White Light: When the film is in distribution, all the Press Reviews will be uploaded to this page. Even though the film has only finished principle photography, there are quite a few articles in the press already. Feel free to download the pdf files and read them at your leisure.
Videography - Cover + 5 pages - by Geeta Nadkarni
"A force to be reckoned with - "Okay, I'm going to give away something which I know I probably shouldn't, emotionally speaking. It maybe sounds crazy coming from someone who is producing their second feature film, but I sometimes don't have confidence in myself" - For a guy who's been hailed asthe UK's aswer to Robert Rodrigues, Charles Teton is surprisingly down to earth..."
Zerb - The journal of The Guild of Television Cameramen - 4 pages - by Geeta Nadkarni
"Having won critical acclaim for his first feature film, Dark Summer, independent film-maker and GTC member Charles Teton is in the throws of shooting his second, White Light – and this time his subject is a television news cameraman. He talked to Zerb about the challenge of getting an independent production of this scale off the ground, why he chose to shoot the film on DV Cam and..."
Asia Pacific Broadcasting/Creation Sony - 2 pages - by Geeta Nadkarni
"Charles Teton is a young and upcoming filmmaker who has carved out a name for himself in Britain’s film industry. His first film, Dark Summer, won him acclaim from critics and the film festival circuit despite its ridiculously tight budget and the fact that, with Teton writing, directing, producing and shooting, it was essentially a one-man show. Teton’s tale is one of rags-to-riches, except that he is still not rich. He worked nights as a..."
Sonovision - 2 pages - by Jacques Pigeon
"J’ai tourné mon second film, au cours des quatre derniers mois, avec deux Ikegami HL-DV7W, raconte Charles Teton auteur et réalisateur britannique de White Light, un long métrage. Je suis constam - ment étonné par l’accroissement de la qualité de ces caméras. Nous avons eu besoin de les attacher à des voitures roulant à grande vitesse, dans des champs de coton poussiéreux, suspendues à des hélicoptères, montées sur des chars de combat russes T-62 en action…"
Liverpool Echo - 1 page - by Scott Faulkner
"Back in action - Cammell Laird shipyard reopened yesterday as a Balkans war zone. The Birkenhead yard, which has been standing idle since being sold off earlier this year, was used at the weekend as the location for a war film. Actors, camera crews and stuntmen..."
Liverpool Daily Post - 1 pages - by Alan Weston
"Tanks - and cameras - roll: Cammell Laird shipyard was back in business over the weekend - as the loaction or a new war feature film, called White Light..."