Production Update: Locked
So with the uncertainty at present we can announce somethings with certainty!
We are still thanks massivly to the invention of the internet - post production for Deliver Us From Gee is on track for a Easter weekend release. So watch out for more promo material for that in the next coming weeks!
There are Strange Tales still being developed with filming dates not as yet set - which at present is a good thing! But we are looking to film LOCKED hopefully in May/June if all is well!
But we can and will be announcing the confirmed cast and crew over the next few posts.
written by Eleonora Mignoli
Eleonora is a writer and director based in Sheffield. Before moving to the UK in 2014, she lived for three years in Australia, where she gained an Advanced Diploma in Screenwriting at the Sydney Film School. When not reading, drawing or patting strangers’ dogs, she can be found working on her most recent projects, which include directing short films as one half of the collective Leo and The Bears, writing sci-fi screenplays (like the award-winning BBC short Rory Romantic) and editing her debut novel Oneirika.
The Director/Producer on this film sees the return of Teddy Smith to Strange Tales, who Directed Second Chances.
Over the past few years, Ted has focused and dealt with PTSD, Depression, Anxiety and Loss. The highlight of his time behind the camera was working on Whovians with Watchers Productions and on STFU and Bitten with Big Rich Productions.
The films plot is; In the future, Justice is delegated to machines: infallible and objective, these AI dispense fair punishments. Kay is accused by her neighbour of dropping trash on their lawn. It's a civil infraction, and while it was only an oversight on Kay's part, she's charged with a small fine. Kay is about to leave when her hand is locked, and the machine accuses her of murder – of somebody Kay has never met. Her only chance at survival is to prove her innocence, but while the AI begins drawing a net of guilt around her, we're left asking ourselves if she’s as innocent as she looks.
The first Cast we can Happily Announce is:
Sophie Moore as Kay Starr
Sophie Moore does a wide variety of acting work, including commercials, corporate videos, promotional shoots and web series. Her most recent commercials includes First Car Quote and London Women’s Clinic. Having achieved a degree in English and Drama, she spent a year teaching English in China a few years ago. Sophie’s true passion lies in acting and she now works as a casting agent for Wales number one casting agency, Creative Casting. Sophie is thrilled to be playing Kay in Locked and cannot wait to get stuck in.
Will announce more news as and when we have it - we will also announce more confirmed cast over the next few posts.