Funding our first independent film!–2?show_todos=true

So, we’re coming to the end of first year now and there’s a whole summer of nothing ahead of us, which obviously means it’s time to get producing a kick ass short film!

‘Once Bitten, Twice Shy’ was written by the talented script writer Natasha Harmer, it’s a horror/thriller film, and is currently in the pre-production stage. The preparation for the film is coming a long brilliantly, the team is really coming together, the script is being finalised and written to perfection, actors are being contacted and the dream location is becoming a reality! This film will be perfect practice for our third year project and help set us up for any future work and projects out of University!

This project is in motion and has the potential to be something great, we aim to enter it into film festivals and let the world see our progress and hard work on the big screen.

Obviously, for this film to be a success we need funding, and being students the best way to get the money to create a professional film is to raise awareness and look for donations or any help that we can get! We need around £2000, so anything you can give, or any help in raising awareness for our film would be very much appreciated!

For your help we are offering a free DVD copy of the completed film, and you can be credited as ‘associate producer’ for your help no matter how big or small it may be!

All information on helping us out can be found at the link at the top of this page, a long with links to the script and information on the writer.

Thank you! We’re looking forward to hearing from you 🙂


4 thoughts on “Funding our first independent film!

  1. gospelofbarney says:

    Good fortune!

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