In The Shadow of the Docks the Beach Lane Estate Lies on the shore of Grays Beach. The Beach Lane Estate Has a Caretaker. Meet Harry Ramsey. A Caretaker with a dark secret that he’ll protect at any cost. One last deal of his own making will see him alright. A nice little place in Torremolinos, to while away his days. Ever since Harry came to the estate the residents and natives have been quiet because Harry is a member of the old school. Polite to old ladies women and children. Better The Devil You Know Than The Devil You Don’t They Say. But times on the estate are changing. Harry won’t be able to have his own way forever. Harry’s plan for an easy life may not be as fool proof as he thinks. Stevie and Johno have a plan to escape the estate and transform themselves and their surroundings. Involved in pirate radio they see their music as their way out. They’ll stop at nothing to get what they want. Rita and molly go back a long way. But friendship only runs so deep. Blood is always.
Nathalie Emmanuel … Ginene (rumored)
Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty … Molly Parker (rumored)
Sean Cronin … Alfie White
Christopher Fosh … Dave
Lucy Drive … Rita
Alexis Rodney … Johno (rumored)
Nick Pearse … Smithy
Mia Vore … Michelle
Mitch Powell … Stevie
Michael Dacre … Harry Ramsey (rumored)
Adam Brooks … Spider
Written and Directed
Jim Ford … producer
Johnny Lynch … associate producer / co-producer
Tania Freimuth … director of photography
Costume Design by
Heidi McQueen-Prentice … (costumes designed by)
Stephen Proctor … sound
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heidi McQueen-Prentice … costumer / wardrobe
Steve Proctor … musical director
Jack Ford … production assistant
Maddy Leigh Ford … production assistant
Image shows Cinematography Sean Cronin and Camera Opp on last weeks test shoots for the film.
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Here is one of the fleet.
Am pleased to have been asked to help out on the feature film ‘Norfolk’ this week and started filming on the 7th September. Living in one of the UK’s most unspoilt and rural counties I do indeed love Norfolk as regular visitors of my blog will know. I was talking with a local film maker on a unrelated project last week and try and help out local film makers when I can so was a pleasure when I heard a former colleague I have worked with a few times was heading to my home county in prep for her new film. I have watched for the last few weeks and whether its because I badgered her to let me help or she recognised I could be of some use I was so pleased to get the call.
‘Norfolk’ is about a father and son live a reclusive lifestyle in the middle of nowhere. The man, a disillusioned mercenary, has his final target in sight – a gang of foreign revolutionaries who lay low in a nearby derelict compound. As the man closes in on his target the boy falls for the revolutionaries’ serving girl. Having spent his whole life in isolation the boy now discovers the warmth of friendship and the pleasures of something more. As father and son collide the boy is sent running, running in pain and full of betrayal, straight into the twisted embittered arms of the boy’s maternal grandparents, who have come to snatch and save the boy. Figuring out what is right and wrong, what is good and bad is a task for both the man and the audience.
‘Norfolk’ is Written and Directed by Martin Radich and Produced by Finlay Pretsell and Rachel Dargavel.
A film we supplied the supporting cast to just won an award in the best director category. Our director Uberto Pasolini (THE FULL MONTY) wins for the film ‘Still Life’ starring Eddie Marsan (WAR HORSE, THE WORLDS END, SOUTHCLIFFE) Joanne Froggatt (DOWNTON ABBEY, IN OUR NAME)
Its A poignant, quixotic tale of love, life and about the afterlife.
Meticulous and organized to the point of obsession, John May is a council worker charged with finding the next of kin of those who have died alone. When his department is downsized, John must up his efforts on his final case, taking him on a liberating journey that allows him to start living life at last.
When we made this I said it was going to be tragic but also beautiful and when describing the story to our supporting artists on set I would often get shivers up my spine as if…..well I’m not sure but it’s a wonderful story and am pleased its been recognised by this award. Well done to all the cast and crew and especially from me the supporting actors.