Sci Fi London 48hour Film Festival Entry

This short was created for the 2010 Sci-Fi-London 48hour Film Challenge.
* Shot on Conon EOS 550d
* Music kindly licensed from mobygratis.com

On the morning of Saturday, April 10th, we were supplied with a list of items which must appear in the film:

* A title: “Tinted Light”
* A line of dialogue: “Husband, Husband, what do you mean Husband?”
* Prop list: 4 Fluorescent glow tubes.

We then had 48 hours to make and upload a 3 to 5 minute Sci-Fi short.

Unfortunately, the first 20 hours were all but written off due to circumstances beyond our control. So… with only 28 hours to write, shoot and edit, it was a little manic, but we got there somehow.

Being brutally honest, it’s not going to win us any awards (except maybe worst in show), but it was a hoot to make under such mad circumstances and we hope you have fun watching it. Just don’t laugh too loud, we might hear you!

The Good Man

Original casting breakdown
ROLLINGSHUTTER Films are casting for an upcoming pilot: The Good Man.

Synopsis: After losing everything, Peter makes a series of poor choices which propel him deep into the heart of the underworld where he becomes the antithesis of everything he once despised.

Roles being cast:
PETER: Our protagonist is in his early thirties with the sort of face your mother would love. He is absent minded and stumbles into trouble at every juncture.
LYDIA: Peter’s wife (soon-to-be ex). Twenty-something, tall, with seductive lips and a ferocious tongue!
SYLVIE: Peter’s nemesis is a 6 year old ‘preenager’ who just won’t stop talking.
CASEY: Sylvie’s mother. In her late twenties, she is a Burberry-clad beauty with a volcanic temper.
DRELZ: A burly underworld leader with a thick neck and a short fuse.
TONY: An up and coming underworld thug with a keen dress sense (which is where his sense ends).
Also require various ‘underworld type’ extras.

Expenses and a copy of the film will be provided.

Please send resumes and photographs here

**IMPORTANT UPDATE**
Originally planned for production in Summer 2010, this shoot has now been postponed until spring/summer 2011.