PROJECT STATUS: Complete
Flowers for No One was completed in just 48 hours for the The Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge. From concept to screen, the script, filming and post production were all done in just 48 hours, with a lot of hard work and team effort.
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TAG LINE: The need to feed.
LOG LINE: Lost at sea, with a need to feed.
After the world is decimated by a virus similar to rabies, spread from animals to humans via tainted meat. A small group of survivors make a last ditched trip across the sea with a highly contagious sample, hoping to find help and a cure. With symptoms already appearing, how long can they hold out before they complete the trip and they too turn on each other.
On the day of the challenge (Saturday) we were given the TITLE of the film to make, some DIALOGUE that one of the characters must say to screen, and a list of PROPS that must be seen in the film. We were also given an optional scientific theme or idea… this could be nano-tech, cloning, gene-splicing…or something a little more “fringe”.
Once we had all the elements, we had until Monday morning to return the completed movie.
CAST & CREW:
DIRECTED & PRODUCED BY
William Allum, and Fred Crohem
Nathaniel Imber, and Beth Lamont
David Menkin, Nnabiko Ejimofor, Clare Louise Connolly, and Edward Handoll
Isolation Films (now WA Productions), Insightful Films, and Blacklist Creative