There is a market for this kind of film that transcends a niche audience that you perhaps find with Sci-fi or Horror. Whilst you have a ready made audience for those particular genre's, Play Judas is an interesting story that is complex but well explained with some flashy but necessary violence appealing to a broader spectrum and therefore universally marketable. We are making a film that will be truly British with real characters and real events that go on under the radar of media sensationalism. The type of film Play Judas is could easily slot into the genre of 'Gangster Film' but that seems an inept moniker for the type of film we have a vision of. There are a lot of films based on the much publicised youth gang culture of inner London but Play Judas tells a story about what goes on among an older generation in the smaller back towns of the midlands.
Play Judas will have scale and scope with carefully thought out locations to give the character of the landscape a cinematic voice. To further enhance this we have put together a dynamic and emotive soundtrack that both compliments and juxtaposes the scenes they have been chosen for in order to further cement the style and identity of this picture.
All in all there is a direct and clear vision for what Play Judas can be as a cinematic experience, understandable and enjoyable for a wide range of audiences.
All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
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Principal Photography begins on 16th August for an initial block of 16 days. If you are not available for the entire duration then we will still consider you as we may be taking on more than one applicant. Food and accommodation will be provided for the duration of the shoot and we will also be covering travel expenses.
Applications closed 31 July 2014.