Our main objectives are to highlight reality and the issues that people from disadvantaged backgrounds face on a daily basis. We offer an alternative solution through the creation/production of film.
We are currently working on mini films that will lead to a feature film. Hard to leave is an urban film that will supported by the mini films. The mini films will showcase the beginnings of the characters story.
We offer “acting workshops” (no fees) and create high quality video content that young people can be involved, claim ownership and be proud of.
Hard to Leave’ project – Our first massive project which involves a mini backstories series and later a feature film. The film depicts the realities of knife and gang crime for disadvantaged and BME youths in London.
Our aim is to display a true but entertaining representation of life in the streets, home and within educational institutions. It will highlight topics such as mental health, domestic violence and sexual abuse in an innovative way. Our film was written to create emphasis on the families and the relationships affected by the transgressions of gang, drugs and knife crime.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesTBC - all meetings - are done Via Skype/Zoom/Webex/ Face time
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity - We offer experience for individuals and shadowing industry professionals. Food will be provided on set.
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
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Rider is clam, chilled and relaxed Character. Loves girls but when it comes to work, no messing around. Rider & Hiccups are brothers and have a cousin called MJ. MJ is always looking up to be like his cousins. They called them the Don's of the street. Character Personality : Fearless, brave, clam, chilled, thinker, risk taker, loves girls, smart, Knowledgeable
Male, aged 22 to 30
Applications closed 13 July 2020.