The National: Scottish puppet film Autumn Never Dies wins big at America’s FFTG Awards 28/12/2021

Evening Times: Why Hollywood crews are increasingly choosing to shoot in the city 12/07/2021

The Scottish Sun: “Autumn Looks Golden”  01/12/2020

The Herald: New Chief for Glasgow Film Unit  10/05/2019

Scottish Short Film Festival: Chris Quick Steps Down as Judge  06/01/2018

All Media Scotland: Screenings appeal for Scots indie films  February 2017

Digital Filmmaker Magazine: “On The Edge”  July 2016

HD Warrior: Hoping for new categories at BAFTA Scotland  28/10/2014

Movie Scramble: An Interview with Chris Quick  26/08/2014

Evening Times:  Puppet Film A Festival Hit  13/09/2014

Evening Times:  Scots puppet film goes international  19/09/2013

Evening Times:  Puppet film is a festival pick  05/08/2013

Evening Times:  Scots ostrich to star at film festival  03/06/2013


“I am telling you now, I have not laughed so much in such a long time. This is a really really ridiculously funny film.

Spencer Hawken (Romford Film Festival Founder & Programmer) – Review of Autumn Never Dies

“For all it’s loveable stupidity, Andy S. McEwan and Chris Quick’s script it is a fantastically choreographed piece of comedic writing, packed to the brim with vibrant details that not only make for good jokes, but bring their absurd and disjointed world to life.

Indy Film Library – Review of Autumn Never Dies

“Quick and James share an easy-going rapport, and their rapid-fire back and forth is hilarious. Aside from this odd diversion, director and writer Chris Quick, along with co-writer Andy S. McEwan, have crafted a fun, believable world.

Film Threat – Review of Autumn Never Dies

“Chris Quick directs the film simply with no bells, whistles or effects but he certainly knows how to direct a comedy.”

Screen Critix – Review of Autumn Never Dies

“The electronic soundscape work in tandem with the editing from Chris Quick to heighten the tension at the required moments without it being too obvious.”

Movie Scramble – Review of Electric Faces

“Every frame has clearly been meticulously plan with the editing perfectly creating a heartbeat to the story as it builds to its conclusion.”

The Spoilist – Review of Electric Faces

“Quick is alarmingly funny. The film serves up a copious amount of black comedy that has a great WTF-factor. The film is intriguing simply because it’s so strange.”

Pretty Clever Films – Review of The Greyness of Autumn

“Here is a short film that is actually entertaining. For that, director Chris Quick easily earns his solid score from me.”

Indyred Films – Review of The Greyness of Autumn

“The editing of this ‘mockmentary’ has been cleverly executed and should be commended.”

Flicker Magazine – Review of In Search of La Che

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