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“Desecration” Trailer

The indie film scene is buzzing here with The Shore winning an Oscar in the live action short category over the weekend, and now The C-Project has released the trailer for its third project Desecration.

Here’s a little about the movie…

‘On a dark remote road a car is stopped by at a military check point. Something isn’t right and the soldiers find themselves in a situation they could never understand with deadly consequences.’

I had an amazing experience on this film working with such a great crew and their attention to detail. This is definitely one to keep an eye out for at the festivals this year. For more updates please ‘Like’ the Desecration Facebook Page.

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‘Coast’ – Nearly Here!

The new website for Coast has arrived! And just in time for a screening in early March with other innovative indie films as part of the C-Project.

The idea for Coast came from a simple conversation between Alan and Christopher on a day out along the coastal walks of Whitehead. Here’s what they had to say about it:

It was a privilege to be a part of this exciting project and to work such a great cast and crew.  I can’t wait to see the end product! Please like the Facebook Page for updates on Coast and check out the website www.coastmovie.co.uk for more info and teaser trailers. Here’s a taster of what you can see.

Desecration: hot, even in the cold!

It was freezing cold in Belvoir Park at the weekend but that didn’t stop the C-Project trucking on with its latest project DesecrationI played the role of Johnny with an amazing cast and crew.

With the temperatures in the minus figures it didn’t dampen our spirits (the cast were kept warm doing special forces manoeuvres with an on-set Military Advisor) and the attention to detail and special effects, mixed with a great story, make for something very special when the finished product comes to the screen next year!

Desecration is set on a dark remote road where a car is stopped at a military checkpoint. Something isn’t right and the soldiers find themselves in an impossible situation.

Well done to everyone involved, it was a pleasure working with you all!

To get updates on how things are progressing please ‘like’ the Desecration Facebook page.

Images used courtesy of Kathleen McCreesh Photography and Ricky McQuillan.