Running Time: 06:00
Release Date: May 2012
Hanging around with the collection obsessed Professor Kit Young isn’t quite what research assistant Julian Lamb expected.
The Collection (3D) is a short horror film from Enhanced Dimensions produced as part of the 2012 leg of The 48 Hour Film Project. Written, filmed and edited over the weekend of 18th -20th of May 2012 this is the first 3D entry to the 48 Hour Film Project outside of the US.
The film premiered at the Cameo Picturehouse in Edinburgh on 22nd May in glorious anaglyph 3D and was included in the 48 Hour Film Project 5th year “Best of” DVD!
The cast include the brilliant Nick Cheales as the obsessive collector Professor Kit Young and an equally strong performance from Frasier Fulton as his young research assistant Julian Lamb. Nick and Fraser are scheduled to work together again later in 2012. The crew were again dragged in front of the cameras as extra’s including Dale Peet as the rather creepy “Pigboy”, Rhiannon Grist’s muddy feet and Andrew Murchie’s pierced bleeding brow!
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Neil Warden – Music
May 2012 – Edinburgh 48 Hour Film Project (UK)
September 2012 – 3D Film Festival (USA)
December 2012 – 3D Stereo Media Festival (Belgium)
December 2012 – LA 3D Film Festival (USA)
December 2012 - Parallax Festival (Czech Republic)
January 2013 – SD&A Conference (USA)
June 2013 - goNorth Festival (UK)
June 2013 - Edinburgh Short Film Festival (UK)
July 2013 - Loch Ness Film Festival (UK)
August 2013 - Deep Fried Film Festival (UK)
September 2013 – Naoussa International Film Festival (Greece)
October 2013 - 3D Korean International Film Festival (Korea)
November 2013 – Mt. Hood Film Festival (USA)
December 2013 – Shortz Film Festival (Serbia)
May 2012 -Honourable Mention for Production Values, 48 Hour Film Project
December 2012 – Director’s Choice Award, LA 3D Film Festival