White Lantern Film
A emerging motion picture company
White Lantern Film is a feature film production company based on the South coast of England. Everyone at White Lantern Film loves the movies and are passionate about motion picture production. The company creates content for worldwide audiences with a strong focus on character driven narratives and strong dramatic genres. As the companies founder and Managing Director I have established a slate of independent feature films at various stages of development and production. We have released the award winning environmental documentary DRYING FOR FREEDOM and Psychological Thriller EMULSION. Due for release in 2015 is K-SHOP with THREE MILES TO NOTTINGHAM and DAYLIGHT SAVINGS slated for production in 2015. Please visit www.whitelanternfilm.co.uk for more company information.
Gritty Sweeney Todd thriller set in a British kebab shop plagued by binge drinking.
A kebab shop owners son, Salah, turns vigilante after his father’s death in an effort to clean up the relentless onslaught of binge drinking thrill seekers waging war on his doorstep. ‘Kill List’ meets ‘God Bless America’ in this Sweeney Todd inspired thriller. Staring ZIAD ABAZA (EXODUS: GODS & KINGS), SCOT WILLIAMS (THE CREW), DARREN MORFITT (DOG SOLIDERS), KRISTIN ATHERTON (WATERLOO ROAD), REECE NOI (SEAMONSTERS) with EWEN MACINTOSH (THE OFFICE), CHRIS WRIGHT (BIG BROTHER) and HARRY REID (EASTENDERS).
EMULSION is a Psychological Thriller about a man looking for his missing wife. When ISABELLA mysteriously disappears from a car park her husband, RONNY, becomes obsessed with finding her. In an attempt to stay close to her he even takes a job at the car park. It becomes his life. One night a prostitute is attacked in the car park and bundled into the boot of a car. Ronny chases the assailant deep into a forest where he eventually locates the car empty, apart from a reel of film. As Ronny avidly views the film he discovers the truth about his wife’s disappearance that changes his life forever.
DRYING FOR FREEDOM
Our planet’s economic and environmental future hangs on an unlikely thread: the clothesline.
British filmmaker Steven Lake criss-crosses the world to unravel the reasons and consequences for the banishing of the clotheslines in favour of tumble dryers. Corporate America sold us an electric dream: replacing simple centuries-old outdoors line-drying with the electricity hungry dryer, increasing the demand for dirty coal energy across the globe. Now, developing nations are starting their own love affair with an electric utopia exponentially increasing the demands on an already threatened environment.
From the laundry-less gardens of sunny California to India’s communal open air Laundromats, DRYING FOR FREEDOM is a voyage into the new environmental battlefield where money, status and class come first and our planet is a poor second.
Our future is hanging on the line.