Our multi award winning, dark horror, short film script for IMPRINT has been given a new lease of life, thanks to Neil Fraser – as he’s really done us proud, by creating such a stunning poster.
I think you’ll agree that the poster is a huge improvement, and Neil is vastly talented. Please visit his website to see more of his art. You may recognise quite a few of his posters, adoring some cracking horror releases, from DVD covers and iTunes etc.
And in honour of this, we’d also like to share that, after a week where the script was rejected twice, it has been selected and is a nominee in the ‘Best Unproduced Short Script’ category of the Austin International Arts Festival. Many thanks for that latest selection and nomination.
So what a better way to celebrate than to add in the winning laurels…
We’re working on bringing the film to life. We’ve already found one of our cast members and we hope to announce some news in the near future about what’s coming up for IMPRINT. But for now hopefully this will do.
And in case you missed it, I wrote a thing – HERE on focus and getting into the creative flow / getting in the right head space for being creative and increasing productivity. If you like it, let me know. And sign up for more.
Description: Someone is breaking into empty homes and cleaning them. But is this seemingly harmless crime hiding something much worse?
Sometimes cleanliness isn’t next to Godliness, it can kill you – and hide the evidence. A Radio DJ must realise the unspoken danger behind these seemingly random acts of breaking-in and cleaning before she too becomes a victim of MR CLEAN…
Producers Lee Bailes, Darwin Reina and Terese Winkler. Starring: Darwin Reina and Sofie Klaesson; Written, Directed and Edited by Lee Bailes Music score by Flora Cheng Sound Design by Luca De Sensi Supporting cast / extras: Jaba Urotadze, Terese Winkler and Susanne Lager, Gabriel Palenque Cisternas and Rinat Iljin, Special FX by Mike Strick and Lee Bailess VFX by Albin Larssonon Additional music by Peter Josefssonson
Special thanks to: Alon Young, Garry Charles, Carlos Marambio Abarca, Gabriel Palenque Cisternas and Susanne Lager