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It occurred to me that North Korea is probably the only country in the world where the news wouldn't be published and I thought that would be an interesting situation for British Consulate employees to find themselves in. I believe our government would try to inform all employees so they would be some of the few people in the know. There is a curfew in many parts of North Korea I understand so as relatively minor employees in their own home in the middle of the night, they would be stuck.
As the asteroid approaches, a young girl, Amy, about to be robbed of her womanhood, is faced with the choice of either staying with her family or spending her last hours with Dan, the one she loves - but he's also the one her father despises.
When the Earth faces an extinction event like no other since the dinosaurs, where is the hope?" Inspired by the Neil Young song, After the Goldrush, Silver Seed suggests that against all odds even the slimmest hope always survives... Ever since the 1940's a secret project has been preparing for this very day.
Inigo Productions tells original and compelling stories with complex, intriguing female protagonists at their heart.
Unable to find a disabled Indian actor, I had some encouragement from another fellow Talent Camper Bob, to get it filmed myself
BS&T was shot over four days just two weeks before the May deadline in three locations; the hills of Rocha da Pena (which at 34 degrees felt very much like Africa) and in the tiny central Algarvian village of Estômbar. Exteriors of the Ebola hospital were created from an old farm and the interior set built in BJ’s lean-to workshop. The sun shone, the wind blew and there was blood, sweat and tears aplenty. And when we shot the last scene, everybody cried.
Newly-established production company specialising in genre-bending short films and music videos.
Adrenaline-Fuelled, Sleep-Deprived, Caffeinated Pictures was set up to make scripts by Karelia Scott-Daniels. She wrote this film following an article published in the Korea Herald in 2017 which was then picked up internationally including in the UK, about the high rates of domestic violence in South Korea.
A small team that started in the northeast of Scotland, which uses local people to produce short and public information films.
School's Out follows the staff and pupils at St. Mark's (a fictional secondary school) as news of the impact breaks within a normal school day.
A girl whose obsession with her looks has led her to be alone on the last day of the planet
Saying goodbye is as important as hearing it.