Archive for the “film” category

Seeing Rachel – latest news

by Geoff Hall on February 9, 2016

Hi, Our latest film, a feature length production called “Seeing Rachel” has just officially entered the development stage. It’s a psychological noir genre film about trafficking and organised crime and is set in Bristol, UK. Christopher J Reynolds is the (…)

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My Name Is Sorrow – box office success!!

by Geoff Hall on January 28, 2013

Hi, It’s good to report good thing! So here goes… My human trafficking film ‘My Name Is Sorrow‘ was the most rented, bought and donated to film on the MyIndieShow website for the weekend of 18th-20th January. Featuring the acting (…)

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My Name Is Sorrow at CineMe Shorts, Bristol July 31st.

by Geoff Hall on July 24, 2012

Hi, Our film ‘My Name Is Sorrow’ is to be part of a programme of short films by Bristol film-makers. It will be shown at the Green Room in the Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1TF. CineMe Shorts start (…)

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My Name Is Sorrow – official trailer

by Geoff Hall on May 29, 2012

Hi, Here’s the official trailer for our human trafficking drama film, My Name Is Sorrow. My Name Is Sorrow – official trailer Peace, Geoffx

Discouragement, delusion, magnificence and spiritual resolve.

by Geoff Hall on February 29, 2012

February, 2012. Discouragement, delusion, magnificence and spiritual resolve. Dear Arts Mentoring Group, Some things take longer to plan than to execute. Whilst you are sure in your mind about where you are headed and the shape of things to come (…)

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My Name is Sorrow

by Geoff Hall on August 14, 2011

Hi Everyone, The funding campaign for our new film project, ‘My Name is Sorrow’ has gone LIVE on the Crowdfunder website. Please pass this news on to your friends!   You can find the pitch at: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/investment/my-name-is-sorrow-339   ThereĀ areĀ all sorts (…)

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The Plot thickens when stirred!

by Geoff Hall on April 6, 2010

How can a writer working from a christian spirituality justify scenes of violence, or dissipation through sex, alcohol or drugs?  How can an overt sensuality and intimacy be justified in a novel or film? Whilst we have an obvious truck (…)

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