‘Welcome to the inner sanctum of bride to be Becky, where you will find fear, anger, rage and doubt,’ says the blurb to new short film The Aisle. It’s a world anyone who’s been to a wedding would recognise, but The Aisle is specially informed by behind-the-scenes experiences of writer, director and wedding photographer, Jimmy Swindells.
We have a soft spot for people who don’t drive, especially if they’re an enthusiastic filmmaker who has turned their lack of driving into a creative filmmaking virtue. Ding-ding, enter Simeon Costello, who is calling on people to hop onto his John O’Groats to Land’s End Bus Stories documentary.
Comedy horror flick Scareycrows has been left in limbo after a last-night shoot disaster. Now, to get the final scene in the bag and to send the film to post-production the filmmakers need to get the team back together and have set up a KickStarter campaign to do just that.
Award-winning, Devon-based filmmaker Tom Austin aims to raise £2500 to make his next short film Host Familie through crowdfunding platform crowdfunder.
Filmmaker, and occasional tiger, Damon Foster, is looking to funding his onanistic post-apocalyptic short Taking the Plunge with a crowdfunding push on indiegogo.
Ashley Thorpe’s film career has been packed with plaudits, with people being taken with both his style and storytelling. For his latest horror flick, Ashley’s gone down the crowdfunding route at indiegogo.
It’s billed as ‘a politically incorrect love story featuring knights, burning arrows, conkers and blackmailing dog walkers’, the short film Indian Summer is looking for funding on KickStarter.
Plymouth born creative, Jojo, has launched a campaign to raise funds for his first major short film, Visiting Hour. The film is to be shot in late spring this year. The script has been developed, the actors cast and the crew assembled: the only thing missing is the finance.