John Wheatcroft at Home and on the Page

The new short film by Sara Cross profiling John Wheatcroft is a study in calm and reverence. Having watched it with a chimpanzee at my side, I can tell you that it has both a soothing and calming effect on the most critical of viewers. At the same time, it tends to foster concentration and introspection.

John Wheatcroft Writer Profile from Sara Cross on Vimeo.

You can also read about the John Wheatcroft video profile on PubWages.

Commissioned by the Wessex Collective, the film is directed by Sara Alize Cross and Alison Shurman. If you've ever wondered how an author is compelled by his muse to write one work and not another, how life and art intersect, and how domestic tranquility can reign over a steady literary output, then visit John Wheatcroft via this short film. The Portrait of a Lover, Wheatcroft's new novel, will be published in December by Inverted-A Press. If you would like to read more about this video, visit our sister site, PubWages.