Fresh from its sell out performance at the Merlin Cinema in Torquay, action thriller They’re Coming will be Exeter for its last UK showing this year.
The special screening will take place at the Campus Cinema in Exeter on December the 5 at 8pm.
The film tells the story of businessman David York, whose life swiftly unravels after the disappearance of his wife. Nothing is quite what it seems as York sets out to find his missing spouse, and those he thinks he can rely on don’t have the best intentions
The film was made and filmed across Torbay, using cast and crew talent from throughout Devon, who all put in their time voluntary. The film uses such great locations as the Attic night Club, Rock walk, The International conference centre and Paignton Library to name put a few.
They’re Coming was a collaborative film with more than 40 people involved in its making, with even recent South West Music Awards 2012 album of the year winners The Babysnakes providing two songs for the soundtrack.
Lead actor Tom Menary is David York, bringing an emotional intensity to the character. With acting support provided by Lexie Carducci, Mark Vernon Freestone, Kirsty Anne Symonds, James Cotter, Sam Morgan, Boyd Rogers, Julian Seager and Emma Louise Bullions, to name but a few.
Director and producer John Tomkins said he is very proud of everyone involved in the film, and praised the work of DP Jim Elton, sound Julian Kemp (Diddy Films), music Dom Lee, Neil Rich and Gary Sydenham on the film. Plus in the true spirit of guerrilla film making, Ed Chappell’s edit of the films trailer and sound editing on the film.
The film has been entered into film festivals in New York, San Fransisco, Los Angeles and New Zealand.
Tickets for the Campus Cinema screening are available on the door for £3.60 for non members and £1.80 for members.
The evening will include a Q&A from the director and some of cast and crew after the film. As well as a special preview of the next film Joseph Wired to be made in 2014.