Vampire comedy B-Negative headlines Humber Film’s quarterly screening night at Kardomah 94, Hull, this coming Wednesday, May 1.
The feature by Hull indie film outfit, Mollusc Films, is supported by a lively, varied array of short local films including Grimsby RV and 200 Years.
B-Negative (95mins), was directed, written and co-produced by Phil Codd and starring Jack Lee, Louise Willoughby and Ailsa Oliver, and tells the story of Barry who wants to have a vicarious immortality through his children. But when he finds out he can’t actually have kids he is invited to join a unique blood-sucking private club, The Ancient Order Of Nocturnal Immortal Phlebotomists Of Albion…
Mollusc Films is currently in negotiation with a number of international agents about a distribution deal for the film, the company’s first full-length production.
Grimsby:RV (15mins) from Focus 7, was shot in Grimsby with help from local cast and crew. The winner of several awards it was made in 30 days for the Action Film Challenge. The UK has been invaded, can a team rescue the Prime MInister’s daughter and get her to her Grimsby:RV
200 Years (3mins) is about the refugee crisis and its history and was directed by Mohammed Khaled from Sheffield.
Made up of independent film and media businesses and artists, Humber Film is a Hull-based not-for-profit film production community established to develop local talent in the art and business of filmmaking in the Humber region.
Its first, January, quarterly screening included Under the Weather, directed by Mal Williamson, and Insomnium directed by Ed Cotton.
Regional venues have also been hosting Humber Film’s internationally award-winning films, including comedies, dramas, documentaries and animations with some of the region’s star actors, musicians and performers alongside household names such as Simon Cowell and DJ Mike Read.
Working collaboratively, Humbert Film has produced: A Place They Called ‘Forgotten Town’, which was recorded and shot in the city for Hull City of Culture 2017 – Creative Communities Programme; and Open Bridges, a 20-minute multi-camera aural and musical documentary produced during Hull City of Culture’s Freedom Season.
If you would like to join, meet or chat, please get in touch either by dropping in to Kardomah 94 (ring the Humber Film bell) or getting in touch on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HumberFilmCreativeCommunity/
Weds, May 1st, 7pm for 7.30pm start
Tickets are priced at £5 and can be purchased on the door in the night or via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/humber-film-feature-and-shorts-tickets-60750950729?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Kardomah94, 94 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AN
Phil Codd, producer, Mollusc Films: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
and via Humber Film Community on Facebook and Twitter