Long Lost, a WW1 short film …

… and crowd-funded production, directed by my daughter:

The story of the project

At the start of 2014, sparked by the funding opportunity Raw Nerve (A Metroscreen and Screen Australia initiative) Kerinne Jenkins (director), Harry Windsor (writer) and Nic Douglas (producer) conceived of the short film “ Long Lost”.

After applying with a video pitch, our project was chosen as one of three successful candidates. We were then invited to participate in a three-month development process with the other Breaks filmmakers and mentors Lachlan Philpott, Karel Segers and Jonathan Wald.

Now that the script has been developed, we’ve been given a start in realizing this project, with an initial amount of funding and it’s up to us to raise the rest to bring this story to life.

Visit the link below, have a look at the video with more on the background to the project, and contribute to allow it to proceed:

Long Lost – crowd funding site

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