Our annual round-up of the best romantic projects in town.
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by Chris Carfaro
A group of friends struggle to find their way through life after realizing college is over and real adults do not exist. through their joint experiences, they find out what really is happiness, love, and how urinals relate to pornography.
Format: feature. Length: 80. Budget: low. Genre: comedy.
by Kevin Haworth
Logline: Max’s love-life is in the toilet. Following a very passive aggressive text argument, he heads down into Leeds (his home city) at the behest of his best friend, Jimmy. Proposing a day of contemplation and distraction, Jimmy advises Max dump his girlfriend and move on in every way possible. Meeting up with a pair of Jimmy’s friends, Dave and Chris, the lads are dragged from one bizarre scenario to another. Ranging from an impromptu musical number to several long, drawn-out fights, the lads and Max in particular learn just how strange this life can be.
Format: feature. Length: 101. Budget: low. Genre: comedy.
by Ben Robins
Logline: A drunken one night stand hits the skids when Becca’s weird kinks and mysterious intentions become clear.
Format: short. Length: 15. Budget: low. Genre: comedy.
A Walk Amongst Roses
by Anthony Cole
Logline: When a desperate husband finds out his paralysed wife wishes to end her life, he invent’s the world’s first virtual reality machine in a bid to change her mind.
Format: short. Length: 11. Budget: low. Genre: drama.
An Ordinary Girl
by Gerry Byron
Logline: When no-mannered Bill meets desperately shy Leanne, it is love at first sight. But how can two people who can barely communicate become soul-mates?
Format: feature. Length: 93. Budget: high. Genre: romance.
by Barry Lewis
Logline: “TRIGGERED” – Sci-Fi Rom com – set in the near future
“To fall truly, madly, deeply in love Jim must first help save the world, or not!”
Format: feature. Length: 90. Budget: medium. Genre: romance.
by Nicky Tate
Logline: A couple can’t agree on the name for their new addition.
Format: short. Length: 10. Budget: low. Genre: comedy.
Village of the Scammed
by Andrew Hindle and Andy Conway
Logline: Two desperate documentary filmmakers hypnotize an entire village to make their reality TV series a comedy hit. But when the truth gets out, they lose everything. Including love.
Format: feature. Length: 100. Budget: high. Genre: comedy.