FILM

PRONUNCIATION FILLUMS is a partnership run by Steve Harrison (writer/producer) and John Osmond (director/writer/producer) and together they have made three short films:

WE MEN DO (drama 11 mins)

A man, overcome by the pressures and responsibilities of life, descends into a spiral of anger and depression to the brink of destruction. But perhaps there is hope of redemption…

Featuring a superb performance by Martin Dingle Wall, the film debuted at the Dungog Film Festival. It has also featured at many other festivals and is used by mental health professionals and organisations around the world.

AWARDS
2014 Cause Film Festival – Best Actor Award: Martin Dingle Wall, We Men Do http://www.martindinglewall.com/

2014 Cause Film Festival – Runner-up Short Film Award: We Men Do http://www.causefilmfestival.com/

CHILD’S PLAY (drama 9 mins) https://vimeo.com/27420216

Child's Play

A small time crook finds himself out of his depth after hooking up with hardened criminals. When a foolish decision places his family in danger, he must quickly come to terms with his terrible choices in order to save them.

PRODUCT PAIN (comedy 15 mins) https://vimeo.com/49885196

Product Pain  (L to R) Paul Armstrong & Jonathan Lee Jones

A simple pack shot advertising shoot of a beer bottle goes horribly wrong when the artistic director decides to take over.

Official Selection: Long Island Film Expo, USA; Orlando Film Festival, USA; London City Film Festival, UK; Marbella International Film Festival, Spain.

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Steve Harrison on IMDb http://imdb.to/1KyZ4Yn

John Osmond on IMDb http://imdb.to/1QnrMAa

One thought on “FILM

  1. Like We Men Do. Also like the story of the ship. I just did a series of plays called TimePlays at Hampton Court Palace for 5 months. I have read one of Kathryn Pym’s novels… That’s how I saw your link. Have you considered approaching the BBC about making a film of the novel?
    Sam.

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