Love Has No Labels is a movement to promote acceptance and inclusion of all people across race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age and ability. Take a look at the trailer, Cut by Lizzy, for their latest film ‘Rising’
Calling on all friends, family and industry bods.... I am happy to announce this amazing Neo Noir Drama is about to start the process of crowd funding to get it off the ground. With the funding they plan to make the pilot episode. It has been written by the extremely talented Charli Whatley and once funded will be directed by Jason Bradbury. Jason's work includes the 2011 short film 'We Once Were Tide' which gained distribution across three territories and has attracted 2.2 million views on YouTube.
Now it is time to get it out there and get it made!! The crowd funding page goes live today so sign up on the link below for all the latest updates and rewards. Follow our journey and be part of it!!
New short film 'Colours', directed by Peter Lee Scott premiered last night at the Everyman Theatre at Baker Street. There was a great turn out to watch the gripping story surrounding a group of lads dealing with homophobia in grass roots football. The film was shot back in April with a pick up day at the end of May. It then went in to edit over the summer. Phil Bolland at Factory sound and Ben Rogers at Gramercy Park did an outstanding job of both sound mix and picture grade. Get in touch if you would like to see the film in its entirety.
More information about the film and where it is being screened can be found here including festival submissions and Press kit.
Take a look at the trailer here:
After an antagonising lead up to the Oscars, I am pleased to announce that The Phone Call won Best Live Action Short!!!
Its hard to put into words how proud I am to have been a part of this amazing journey. It all started in a disused warehouse in Tottenham. Sally Hawkins and Jim Broadbent were amazing and brought such emotion to an already emotional script, sometimes leaving the crew in tears. The Phone Call went on to win at various film festivals around the world. It was the win at Tribeca Film Festival that put us into the long list for the Oscars. We had made it from 141 films down to 10 that were Shortlisted. Mat & James did an amazing job of getting the film known. On January 15th we all watched the nominations being announced and couldn't quite believe that we had done it! Mat actually fell off of his chair!
Oscars night was quite an evening. Soho house London held an Academy party to screen the ceremony so a few of us who worked on the film watched the night unfold with friends and peers. When we won I don't think any of us could believe it at first, someone had to pinch me. Definitely a night I will not forget. You can catch the trailer here , Please get in touch if you wish to watch the film in its entirety.
We are very pleased to announce that The Phone Call has been nominated at this years Oscars for Best Short (Live Action). The shortlist was cut in half from 10 to the remaining 5.
Take a sneaky peek at a clip from the film.....
With our WORLD PREMIERE of 'The Phone Call' one week away, at LA SHORTS FEST (Monday 9th of September, 10pm), we wanted to post this exclusive teaser.
The festival runs 5th - 12th of September in North Hollywood. Details of the Academy Award qualifying festival can be found at http://lashortsfest.com/
Click here for the article from the LA Times
And here is the Official Facebook Page where you can find all of the latest information and details of festival entries.