The Lights Are Blinding My Eyes
"It doesn't involve any kebab shops. Or drug binges," Skinner says. "The idea is to feel about something like I did at the beginning of The Streets, when I didn't know what was possible. We're not going to obsess ourselves with screenings and openings. We've just got to make something that's beautiful - that's tense and interesting all the way through to the end. That's the core of art, sod everything else."
The film, which he's described as "a punchy thriller" that's set in a hospital, is written by him and Mayhem, and they plan on producing and releasing it themselves, likely through their website.
There ain't a lot to go on there, but I like the guy and his work enough to take notice when he talks about a project like this. He's shown a deft hand at video directing, though, which is a promising start.
Here's his video for the utterly depressing but excellent "Dry Your Eyes," made even more affecting by the use of an adorable dog:
And for fun, "Let's Push Things Forward."
Fine, one more: