Short horror film Remnants is looking to film over the next few weeks – but it needs just a little help to get it over the line.
A new indie horror short film is slowly coming to life, and it could really use your help to get up and running. It goes by the name of Remnants, and its touchpoints include modern successes such as Saint Maud and His House.
Described as “a short, psychological horror film which tackles themes of guilt, justice and identity in modern Britain with a particular focus on the immigration system”, the film is written and directed by Chris Boyd, and stars Emma Leah Golding. The plan is to shoot the film over two days in the Peak District National Park over the next month or two, and crowdfunding is underway to help cover some of the costs of that.
There’s just under a week left to raise the funds, and the project is agonisingly close to its total. If you’ve got a few spare quid to put into a short film project, then you can read more on Remnants right here.
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