If you follow us on Twitter (you’d be mad not to), you may have noticed that our latest short film ‘Harlequin’ is complete, which is very exciting. The short film, directed by Jakob Lewis Barnes and starring Kenton Hall (A Dozen Summers), is a dark drama about a clown who reaches his breaking point – very appropriate with the recent outbreak of crazy clowns on the streets. That’s nothing to do with us though, promise.
The film has been sent as a private screener to a select few, for advanced reviews, and the response so far has been overwhelmingly positive. Please take a moment to check out these reviews from these lovely people:
- The Marcko Guy [Markus Almerud]
- Grog’s Movie Blog [Greg Warne]
- HC Movie Reviews [Hamish Calvert]
- Movie Corner UK [Chris Wilson]
- The Movie Nerd Strikes Back [Martin White]
- The Melting Faces [Joe Richards]
Moving forward, ‘Harlequin’ is now in the hands of its executive producer over at Felix Mater Society, who is navigating the minefield that is festival submission. Due to this, we are currently unable to nail down a general release date, but rest assured, we will bombard you all with the link to watch the finished article once it’s up on YouTube. You can watch the trailer here in the meantime (please do). Thanks to everyone who has supported this project so far.