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Kingston University Alumni matchfunded £188
We are raising money for our short film shooting for the final assignment of the fiction course. MOVING [working title] is a film of drama and mystery genre, mainly centred on our protagonist ANNE, who just lost her husband one year due to an unexpected accident. One year after the death of her husband, JOHN, ANNE plans to move out of the house they shared. But in the last few days of the move, she finds a vinyl record when she is packing her things. From then on, she senses a mysterious force in every corner of the house that seems to be preventing her from leaving…
ANNE： She is a woman who tries hard to be strong and independent, but deep down, she is still a fragile, sensitive and nostalgic person. After the death of her husband, she never really moved on. She has tried to distract herself with work but still feels lonely, sad and guilty in some moments alone.
JOHN： He is a good husband in the secular sense. He is family-oriented and deeply in love with his wife. Still, he is insecure because of his family, dislikes change, and longs for a stable, happy, and harmonious family life.
My name is Tammy Lee, and I’m the producer for MOVING. I’m working with a group of MA Filmmaking students to create our final project for our fiction course.
Writer/Director: KAIYING CHEN
Producer: TAMMY LEE
Director of Photography: HAOYU ZHANG
Sound Recordist: XIANYUAN DING
Editor: TONG YU CAI
It will be our first fiction film shooting in the UK and a new challenge. You will develop and implement our abilities and skills by contributing to our movies. This film is our final project for the semester; we need your help to reflect all of our efforts this semester.
From our director:
"The whole story of our film will happen in just one house; I want to inspire and show the inner state of my character through such a limited interior space. Mood and atmosphere will be the main focus of this film. I want to show the passage of time through the combination of set design and lighting, as well as magnifying all the details through concise but strong audio-visual language, allowing the audience to immerse themselves in the inner world of the characters.”
Here's a link to our Whatsapp group where donors can join to learn about our progress. I appreciate your support!
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