Lost In London - Dir: Caitlin Leach (Running Time: 30 minutes)
About the Project - LOST IN LONDON was originally intended as a mash-up of Caitlin's adventure in London with Louis. Both are filmmakers who live in different countries, Caitlin aspires to be a filmmaker and takes inspiration from Louis among many people. The two of them, unknowingly document their adventures, that when it got to the editing stage, became a real nice combination of imagery, sound and narrative. Louis is inspired by Caitlin's youthful ways and though only slightly older feels inspired and motivated to influence the younger Caitlin. They had a larger-than-life project that was unforseen... however it is no doubt their story. The film was released in December 2015 exclusively on Facebook.
In 2016, Louis started development on his next feature film project, and is set to direct and produce it. The production is due to shoot in Late Summer & Autumn, with a crowdfunding campaign currently running on IndieGoGo. The screenplay is written by award-winning filmmaker & BFI Film Academy graduate Liam Abbott and will be filmed by cinematographer Nico Ratanavong. As of February 2016, the film is currently Completed with a planned London Premiere for Summer 2017. Please donate to the fundraising campaign for the film and read all about it, share the IndieGoGo page using the social media icons (or click any of the buttons above) and also using the hashtag #OneNightMoreFilm - You can also check out the website here: www.onenightmore.weebly.com
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Dead Ringer - Dir: Richard Colton (Running Time: TBC) - 2018
Dead Ringer is set for Limited Theatrical Release Nationwide in the UK in Summer 2018. This marks the first theatrical credit for Louis Holder.
The Seven - Dir: Richard Colton (Running Time: TBC) - 2019
Dead Ringer is set for Limited Theatrical Release Nationwide in the UK in Summer 2018. This marks the second theatrical credit for Louis Holder.