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Kingston University Alumni matchfunded £60
We are raising £200 for the filming of our experimental short film, Floors. This film is an experimental concept film focused around the stages of life and the belief that existence itself is a form of purgatory. Throughout the film, we follow a young man on his journey throughout an elevator. Each floor he arrives on represents a certain stage of life.
Some of the inspirations for this film concept includes Blade Runner, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, 1970s European electronic soundscapes, Lost in Translation and Requiem for a Dream. The cover photo was inspired by Blade Runner.
Our diverse team is very communicative, collaborative and dedicated.
Our Director: Dylan O’Sullivan-Whiting
Our Producer: Karolina Kovacs
Our Writer: Davrose Febe
Our Cinematographer: Jan Alonso Busqueta
Our Editor: Joey Shaw
Our Lighting Specialist: Nicholas Taylor
Our Sound Recorder & Designer: Alfie Penfold
Our Art Department (Set Designer): Habibi Goring
Our First Assistant Director: Charlie Christie Aris
Our First Assistant Cinematographer: Cade Rippon
In this project, we are exploring the states of life. Our director and writer’s visions are to make this a film that can be interpreted in any way that you, as the audience, like. This film would showcase a young man going through different stages of life, symbolised by different floors of an elevator.
The first floor is everything childhood innocence - Christmas, teddy bears, fairy lights.
The second floor is about the exploration of different interests as we grow up - electronics, video games, drawing, creativity.
The third floor is the loss of innocence - a ball room, a woman in a red dress, a dance.
The fourth and last floor is about acceptance and enjoying the small things in life - milk, honey, an antique tea set, relaxing.
The lift that you will be seeing throughout the film will be the transition between the different stages.
In most stories, what happens after death is going to heaven and hell. However, what if there is just... purgatory? A way of looking back at our life and perhaps evaluating life. This film is important to us because we want you, the audience, be able to decide for yourself where we go after our death. We've noticed that there is a certain tendency in cinema about the portrayal of afterlife, and perhaps not enough films that can be tailored to the audience's understanding. We are all different and we should celebrate these differences. All of us are unique and we all have different interpretations about the world.
We are super passionate about this project. We want you, as the audience, involved. Your kind and generous donations will be spent on the following, if we hit our £200 target:
Every penny matters. There is no minimum target, so all money donated will be spent on set design and props as well as food and drinks primarily, and if we do reach the maximum, we will be submitting our film to festivals. Please help us out, we are thankful for any amount. If you can't donate, please share the link with others.
If we go beyond £200, we will be submitting the film to even more festivals and would consider distributing merchandise or even an exclusive private screening.
We would also like you to feel like a part of this process, so we will be sharing photos from our production and post-production processes.
You give, we give back. Please see 'Choose reward' section.
Select this reward if you just want to donate to the project without receiving a reward.
We will put you in the credits as a sponsor!
Estimated delivery: 1 February 2020
You will be credited as a sponsor at the end of the film and will also receive a digital copy!
Estimated delivery: 1 February 2020