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A short film tackling the issue of perfectionism, in which a fine artist is creating her next big piece - a living, breathing sculpture.

by Brendan Ewen in Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom

Early designs of the specimen and decaying. 

Rhianna at work

Make-up tests.

CAST:

Sarah - Lucy Dale:

Lucy is a 24 year old actress from Bournemouth, having trained professionally at Stella Mann College of Performing Arts for 3 years. Since graduating, Lucy has been following her performing career appearing in shows, theatre plays and productions both in the UK and abroad. Lucy has been performing since the early age of 2, and is thrilled to be able follow her dreams and share with everyone her passion, and hopes to inspire people with every performance she gives.

Producers and supporters:




Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£5 or more

A BIG WARM THANK YOU

Receive a personalised social media shout-out and an official mention in the end credits as one of our backers. One pint less, but one step closer for us to make our dreams come true!

£10 or more

First Look

See the film before anyone else! You'll also get a link to the online version of the film plus a social media shout out. You'll also receive a digital version of the official poster, made by our graphic artist! "What has been seen, cannot be un-seen..."

£30 or more

Pre-production Pack

Receive a digital pack of early designs, concept art and documents from the development phase of the film. + all previous rewards.

£100 or more

Have a Piece For Yourself

Receive a unique piece of the specimen from the film, displayed in a collector's jar, with a personalised thank you letter. + all above rewards "It's ALIVE!”

£300 or more

Become An Associate Producer

You will be credited as an associate producer - with your name or logo of your company appearing in the end credits - and will receive a special thank you message. Includes a VIP set visit and VIP invitation to the pre-release screening at AUB. + all above rewards.

£500 or more

Become an Executive Producer

You will receive all above rewards and will be credited as an executive producer of the film. Your name or logotype of your company will appear in the opening credits, closing credits, on our poster and on social media. Also includes a VIP set visit and formal invitation to our London BFI screening.

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