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"CLAUSTROPHOBIA HAS A NEW HOME"

 "Audiences will be crawling out of cinemas, gasping for air.”  Frank Jakeman (Game of Thrones)

Debut British feature film Director claims movie to be 'the most claustrophobic cinema experience ever.'

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‘Faith resides in the veiled abyss between death and the will to survive!’ When an absent father is tasked with driving his heavily pregnant daughter to hospital in the dead of night they are thrust into a fight for life when involved in a horrific car accident. With the odds of survival remote at best, Faith asks one of life’s most pertinent questions: Between death and the will to survive, how far can hope lift in the fight for life?

based on real events

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CAST

STARRING FRANK JAKEMAN as Martin Rose   

 

With several decades in film and television, spanning 'Game of Thrones' to 'The Rise of the Krays', Frank has appeared in classic movies including Brazil, A view to a kill, Morons from outer space and Death Wish 3; together with iconic British TV series including The Bill, Bergerac, The Two Ronnies and Dempsey & Makepeace to name just a few.

LEONA CLARKE as Jenny Rose

 

Leona Clarke is a British actress, born in Holland where she lived for two years before moving to England, in the Oxfordshire countryside. Leona played the leading role of Sheila Birling in the 2018 remake of J.B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls', amongst recent high profile TV ad campaigns and independent British film and TV. A fresh face of independent film, with powerful emotive strength at the heart of her performances, Leona Clarke is tipped for a bright future as a leading lady in film.

FRANCES BROUDIE-OLDRIDGE as Francesca Rose

 

An experienced professional vocalist, and familiar extra on British soap and film, Frances has been cast as the role of Jenny's Mother, Francesca - due to capturing Director DB Morgan's attention with her harrowing portrayal of a dementia sufferer. Frances brings a different energy to the project and will captivate the audience with her dark and memorable cameo scenes. Frances is currently cast as Lady

Capulet ]in a stage production of Romeo and Juliet and also the upcoming film, Il Classico.

and introducing ANGIE BAKER

as the Paramedic

 

An experienced actress, known for theatre. Recently starred as Renee in a modern retake of 'Allo Allo'.

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CREW

DB Morgan awards & nominations

DB MORGAN - WRITER / DIRECTOR (LEFT)

a Producer and Director of micro budget films who understands how to wring every ounce from the most meagre of budgets. He aims high and just goes for it. He gained a reputation as a serious first-time filmmaker when casting big TV/film names for his debut short film, 'Hard Sell':  Craig Fairbrass (Cliffhanger / Rise of the footsoldier/London Heist/The bank job), Karl Howman (The Sweeney/Brush Strokes/Eastenders) and Chrissie Cotterill (Nil by mouth/Doctor Who/Bad girls). Winner of a 2009 MTV short film competition and official selections at several international short film festivals for his 2015 short film, 'Little Man' - budgeted at just £50.   

GREGG MASUAK - PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR  (MIDDLE)

Gregg’s IMDB profile reads like a music industry hall of fame, heralding several decades of music video productions with global stars such as Take That, Kylie Minogue, Level 42, Mike and the Mechanics, Celine Dion, Lionel Richie and many more. Gregg currently flits between L.A and the UK, plying his artistic vision to numerous personal, and industry, projects. Mr Masuak is on-board as artistic executive, and project mentor to the first time direction of DB Morgan.

VINCENT LELEU - CINEMATOGRAPHER (RIGHT)

A Cinematographer of French heritage, Vincent Leleu is an award-winning filmmaker, now based in England. having worked with Hollywood names such Reece Ritchie, Graham Baker and Miriam Margolyes, Vincent has has worked in most departments of film and theatre production, principally in the lighting, camera and creative departments. Vincent's relationship with light and space sees him described as "a passionate, and imaginative, visual artist of unique style and heritage."

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS BY ARABELLA MAYER 

1st assistant director – Sarah Drage

1st assistant Cinematographer - Henry Keep

co-producer - Sarah Drage

co-producer - Stuart Latham

Special Prosthetic Effects - Lifecast Studios UK

SOUND RECORDIST – Maxwell Moore

Production accountant– ANDREW LEHVA

Production intern – David Morgan

Production intern – Jamie Wright

Production intern – Jamie Murphy

Production intern – Harry Carey

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Tell your friends about #faithmovie. DB Morgan's highly anticipated forthcoming micro budget British thriller could also be described as a low budget horror movie. Anticipated as a 15 rating Faith Movie pays homage to traditional SFX, as opposed to modern CGI and green screen techniques. DB Morgan, Director explains: "I love movies of the 80's; masters of special effects like Rick Baker's work on America Werewolf in London, the Jim Henson team, who pioneered animatronics on the fly, Chris Walas, for his amazing work on The Fly, or mesmerising set pieces like the creature chest burst in Ridley Scott's Alien. I hope audiences will respect the traditional practical SFX of Faith Movie."

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