Full general release of the feature films: T: Ghosts in the Machine and Closer to the Sun.
24th of January 2017
Release of the music clips:
Fascination, Devil's Life, Act III: Emails from G Not Responded, Forbidden Thoughts, T: Ghosts in the Machine, Do Not Disturb (I Pop 'til You Can't Pop), Red by.
26th of December
Limited release of the feature film: Closer to the Sun.
28th of December
Release of the feature-documentary: Red by James Hogan.
Release of the album: War of the Planets: the Flight of the Moths, on Vinyl, CD and download and release of the single: Morning has come. September 2016
Release of the albums: T: Ghosts in the Machine: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4 on Vinyl, CD and download.
The singles: T: Ghosts in the Machine, Act III: Emails from G Not Responded and Forbidden Thoughts
Filming and recording the audio for: "T: Ghosts in the Machine" in New York and Brooklyn.
Started production on the feature film: "T: Ghosts in the Machine" and in a rush to do so before anyone plagarizes the title, design and whole content as some people normally do. Filming in London at SLV studios in Battersea and Kennington studios.
24th January 2016
Release the album Red: instrumental and industrial music for the documentary feature: Red by James Hogan.
Singles: Red by, Do Not Disturb (I Pop 'til You Can't Pop), If I were a film maker, Morning has come (instrumental), I beg your pardon, I Won't Hang On Anymore, Killing someone from a distance, Illuminati (first released in September 2001).
The Red by James Hogan book featuring the screenplay to the film written by James Hogan and Yours truly.
Release of the album: Remove your face with three new songs: Remove Your Face, Est (Nietzsche's Gay Science) and Mask.
Released of the first single from the album: Est (Nietzsche's Gay Science) / Speed Song.
Exhibition of the 14 red paintings at the Chelsea Town Hall in London causing an absolute uproar for its strong sexual content.
First of a series of interviews for the film and the book Red by James Hogan until June with Lord Grade followed by: Peter Ibbotson (BBC Panorama editor, author, TV producer), Rob Woodward (Chairman of STV), Sir Trevor McDonald (ITV Broadcaster), Greg Dyke (Chairman of BFI, FA, former director general of the BBC), Peter Bazalgette (Chairman of ITV and the Arts Council), Roger Bolton (BBC producer and broadcaster), Jean Seaton (Official BBC biographer), Richard Horwood (Mirror newspaper, Live TV), Adam Boulton (broadcaster SKY news), Dawn Airey (Yahoo, Channel 5 UK, Getty), David Montgomery (Right hand man to Rupert Murdoch and former editor of the News of the World) until June 2015.
2nd of October
Filming the first part of the Red by James Hogan feature-documentary in front of a live audience at St Martins in the Fields in Trafalgar Square, London. I was unveiling 14 new paintings in red by the paintor James Hogan especially conceived for the film.
Return to London via Paris to explore and style the next two projects -and my new set of costumes- with the fashion supremo Laurent Mercier.
Moved to Turin, Italy initially to promote the film: The Y2k File but the distribution has been cancelled and I decided to remain in Italy for a while and started plotting my next two big projects: a new album -partially recorded in Turin- and a documentary feature about broadcasting in the 21st century.
Release of the trilogy: Beyond the Sphere of Reasonable Doubt (1-2-3: Adventures beyond the Hemisphere) my diary of the 00 years.
Moved to Basel then the German countryside to study Nietzsche and supervise the translation of my books in French and German.
My contract with Sony (since 2007) ended by email to immediate effect -and without warning-. Thankfully in New York someone else was interested in my work.
Release of the project feature film screenplay: T: Ghosts in the Machine
Release of the project feature film and TV show screenplay: The After Life on paperback and Ebook
Release of Est - The presentation of the project on paperback and Ebook
Re-release of the albums: Speed of Light Soundtrack and audio book, Debut 2 best of and Soundtrack: Music for Films.
The feature film opera murder mystery thriller The Y2K File announced for 2013.
Release of the screenplay to the film: With a Mouse (to your mouth)
Release of the screenplay for the feature films: Speed of Light and Writing on the wall
Release of the feature film project: Closer to the Sun on paperback and Ebook
First release of the feature film: Writing on the Wall on DVD
Release of the Est film version on DVD
Release of the screenplay for: In and Out of Planet Earth on paperback and Ebook
Release of The Y2K File: a summary of the 2000 search engine on paperback and Ebook
Release of The Original Edge Magazine a 'best of' and history of the magazine
Re-release of the album compilation: V.A. presents Old Nick
Release of the feature documentary Virtual Alien on DVD and the screenplay on paperback and Ebook
Release of the best of clips from 4 films The Memos on DVD
Release of the documentary-feature: Speed of Life
Release of the feature film: Speed of Light on DVD
Release of The Complete Map of the Universe (a version of the trilogy that are: Writing on the Wall, In and Out of Planet Earth and Est on DVD
Release of 100 songs as ringtone/realtone/mastertone and videotone
Release of the feature film Speed of Light in selected theatres.
Release of the album: Speed of Light
Release of the Compilation album Debut 2 (1987-2007)
Re-release of the albums: V.A. presents Old Nick, King of the World, Dance, War of Love.
Launch of the new VirtualAlien.net and DiaryUnlimited Websites
Left Britain and moved to Santa Monica, California
Release of the feature documentary: Digital Broadcast on DVD
Release of the feature documentary: Burning from the Inside on DVD
Release of the feature film: In and Out of Planet Earth on DVD
Release of the audio book albums of: In and Out of Planet Earth, The Complete Map of the Universe and Est available on download
Re-release of the albums: War of Love, King of the World
First release of the Est TV show- season 1-2 on double DVD
Release of Dance album (compilation of remixes)
Release of the short films: Quick Step Beyond and Scary Monsters in film festivals
Release of the album compilation: V.A. presents Old Nick
September: release of the single: "Illuminatti.
TV reality Show pilot: Est
Release of the compilation: Debut de Siccle (released also under the titles: DDS1 and Debut 1)
Launch of the website The Y2K Diary.com with Tom Norwood (on the first of January)
Received an MA in interactive Multimedia
Enrolled on an MA course at the London University for the Arts
Filmed the interview with Paul Gambaccini for the feature documentary: Digital Broadcast (released in 2006)
Close down the yearly Art almanac: The Edge
Complete a long running course for a BA in English Literature at the Open University
Start the long running feature documentary project Burning from the Inside (all interviews completed in 2005)
Complete the first feature film: With a mouse (to your mouse) [never released as of 2012)
Single: LoudMouth released (briefly) on CD
Album: LoudMouth recorded but never released
Study computer programming 1996-2002
Launch of the yearly Edge Art almanac with 5000 copies
Complete a two-year Dramatic Arts course
Release of the compilation album: The White and Black Side (compilation of the Old Nick releases of 1987)
Tour and performed in a few countries (UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, U.S.)
Single release of: Be Bop/With a Mouse (to your mouth) (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
The Edge magazine falls to 2000 copies sold every three months
The Edge magazine falls back to 5000 copies
Publish the novel Map of the Universe (featuring Est the TV reality show)
Release of the singles: Song from in and out/WWW (De Sade Mix), The way you make me feel/Reprise (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
The Edge magazine peaked with a circulation at 45 000 copies and is distributed in the U.S.
First release of the album: King of the World on Vinyl, CD and cassette
Enrolled at the British Open University on a BA in English Literature course
Release the singles: Thundering Typhoons/King of the World (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
Thundering Typhoons/Tonnerre de Tonnerre (French version)
Re-launch of The Edge magazine with 5000 copies sold every three months
Release of the singles: Devil's Life 1/Devil's Life 2 and With a Mouse (to your mouth) (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
Release of the compilation album: King of the World on CD and cassette (not to be mistaken with the King of the World studio album released in 1992)
Back to college to enrol for his A levels (SATs)
Release of the single: King of the World/White Mecca (Black Mix) (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
Release of the album: Devil Inside on Vinyl, CD and cassette
Release of the single: Fascination/Fascination Mix 1989 (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
Last of The Edge yearly magazine
Second tour (UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Canada, U.S.)
Release of the album: War of Love on Vinyl, CD and cassette
Release of the singles: War of Love (15 different versions on 7", 12" vinyl and CD singles)
Release of the singles: Devil Inside/For Ever and Never, No Man's Land/I remember You, The Edge of Love/Mad Dreams (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD)
First tour (UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Canada, U.S.) and release a yearly magazine The Edge to present the tour
Release of the album: Old Nick by Virtual Alien on Vinyl, CD and cassette
Release of the album: Twist, Fate and Heaven released under the name of Old Nick on Vinyl, CD and cassette
Release of the singles: White Mecca/On An Axe/The End, Heaven/Drizzle, The Inside Story/The Inside Story Mix, Well Red/Well Red Mix (on 7", 12" vinyl and CD).
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