TrashArts Portsmouth, makers of THE MILLENNIAL KILLER (2020), LONELY HEARTS (2018) and INDUSTRIAL ANIMALS (2016), are proud to announce their latest UK Independent Art House Horror Feature Film, SENSELESS, currently in pre-production.
With a specially chosen cast and crew, using individuals from the same households where possible, the plan is to start to shoot SENSELESS at the start of August. The film tells the story of when Jason (RYAN CARTER) storms out on his wife, Diane (ELLA PALMER), one summer’s night, he seeks refuge in a nearby forest. Little does he know the forest is plagued with lost souls manifesting in his darkest desires and innermost fears. Lost and tormented in the forest, will Jason find his way home?
SAM MASON BELL and JACKSON BATCHELOR are the creators of this very different, very arthouse, horror film and will be supporting cast as well Director and Cinematographer respectively. Assisted by ABBIE HILLS, JACK WHITE, and KATIE JOHNSON, the film will involve plenty of CGI visual effects as well as abundant gore and practical effects make-up.
In these times of the COVID-19 pandemic, and now with the gradual release of the UK Lockdown, time has been spent by the TrashArts team, in conjunction with Hill Burton of HB Films Ltd, considering how to best address all the potential concerns of the pandemic and to start filming against bearing in mind all social distancing rules and production guidance available from the British film industry.
To ensure the success of this film, the Award-Winning Team of TrashArts Portsmouth, in conjunction with HB Films, have created their first crowdfunding campaign and are inviting on board two Executive Producers and five Associate Producers to be part of the SENSELESS feature film. To assist in raising funds for the film, especially the effects required, they are also making available cast and crew t-shirts, an exclusive edition of the finished film (anticipated to be available in January 2021) and a limited number of Blu-rays of INDUSTRIAL ANIMALS.
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