Where the Hell is Kevin?

An intrigue-filled crime drama set in the streets of Oxford.

  • £200

    pledged of £200

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This project received pledges on Mon 30 Apr 2012

Who We Are:

We are film-makers, photographers, actors and musicians, all of us students at the University of Oxford. We're combining our talents to produce this short crime drama, “Where the Hell is Kevin?


The plot:

When five friends and now first-time burglars flee the scene of their crime, one fails to make it back to the safehouse. Panic sets in as the remaining four begin to question each other’s motives...


Will the four find out what happened to Kevin, and will their friendship survive the ordeal?


Our production team:

Writer and Director: Jakob Breinholt

Director of Photography: Andrea Bellini

Starring: Oliver Bubb-Humfryes, James Blythe, Ben Currie, Tris Puri, Sanjay Mewada, Julia Kopycinska

Sound Design: Pascoe Foxell, Paul Chappell

Set and Costumes: Janina Jetter

Producer: Katherine Tolentino


How you can help?

Though we’ve received some funding from other sources, we need just a bit more to make this project happen.


We are asking for £200 (the bare minimum we need for a basic professional production) in order to fill the gap and meet our total budget estimate. We need funding for props, costumes and above all filming equipment, especially lights; battery operated LED lights will be needed for the opening scene, which is the most technically demanding since it will be shot in dark and semidark enviroments and it will involve running.

Our production philosophy is to keep expenditures at a minimum without renouncing our aim for quality. We intend to make sure that our budget will be entirely spent on the best price/quality equipment the market has to offer to the money-conscious independent filmmaker. By doing this, "Where The Hell Is Kevin?” will eventually be able to stand out as a professionally produced short movie, rather than an improvised attempt at filmmaking.


We all have strong faith in this project and we believe it is an excellent opportunity to engage film enthusiasts in Brasenose College and Oxford University and to create something of lasting value and relevance. However, we cannot disregard the fact that the quality of the final product depends on the level of funding we can achieve. But since we are dedicated to containing costs it is also the case that any funding will have a high impact on the production quality.


Every little bit helps, and your generosity is hugely appreciated, so please help us out if you can!


Extra info:

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