iFeatures announces development slate
by Naman Ramachandran
- Three projects out of 18 shortlisted will be greenlit in March 2015
iFeatures, Creative England’s low budget feature production initiative backed by the British Film Institute Film Fund, BBC Films and Creative Skillset, has announced an 18-strong shortlist for its next phase of production. Drawn from some 400 submissions, these projects will undergo an intensive development process and three of these will be greenlit in March 2015 with production budgets of £350,000 each.
Christopher Granier-Deferre, iFeatures Executive Producer, said, “As always we were looking for a wide range of films that had a very distinctive regional story to tell, and the shortlisted teams did not disappoint. We can’t wait to get started working on these projects, with what can only be described as a stellar shortlist.”
The projects are Karan Kandhari’s Moon Tan, Dan Gitsham’s Keeper, Rupert Raby’s Fen Tigers, Shola Amoo’s The Last Tree [+see also:
interview: Shola Amoo
film profile], Camille Griffin’s Societypath, Dominic Leclerc’s Protect Me From What I Want, Zam Salim’s Nord Ost Kino, Hope Dickson Leach’s The Levelling [+see also:
film profile], Jim Morgan’s Mud, William Olroyd’s Lady Macbeth, Lynsey Miller’s Conception, Dan Castella’s Izzy and June, Lewis Metcalfe’s Gone from Here, Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country [+see also:
interview: Francis Lee
film profile], Dan Kokotajlo’s Apostasy, Joe and Adam Horton’s White Collars, Rachel Delahay’s The Westbridge, and Alex Kalymnios’s The Ugly List.
Previous iFeatures productions include Alex Taylor’s Spaceship, Martin Radich’s Norfolk and Guy Myhill’s The Goob.
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