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Brighton Film School graduates launch campaign to fund their first major film project

Help female-driven film crew of Brighton Film School alumni to crowdfund their first ever project

Five female Brighton Film School graduates are embarking on their first ever project together. The project is important to the crew, as it marks the end of an era as students, as well as the beginning of their careers as filmmakers.

Gemini is a short film written, directed, designed and produced by women. This will be captured through dynamic black and white visual imagery, an atmospheric soundtrack and the beautiful scenery of Brighton beach.

The plot focuses on two contrasting teenage lifestyles, both trying to overcome different social barriers. One perspective leads a comfortable life, but resorts to binge drinking as an outlet for her grief, the other lives on the streets, and resorts to petty crime in order to survive. The film portrays the interaction of these characters and the unfortunate and desperate consequences of this.

The film crew need your help to make this project the success it will be. Without this crowdfunding campaign, this venture would not be possible. All the money generated from this will go into the making of the short film. All the crew and cast have donated their time, energy and expertise to work on this project, but need the help of backers in order for this venture to succeed.

It will not be an easy task, as £3,500 is needed in 30 days. The film crew will take any donation - small or large.

To donate and for more information on the short film Gemini click here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gemini-short-film--2#/

Gemini Trailer from Bridget on Vimeo.