Alumna seeks support for her new short film
An Edinburgh graduate is looking for funding to support her new project 'A Matter of Minutes', a short film that tackles the severity of nut allergies.
Phoebe Campbell-Harris, an MA Philosophy and Psychology graduate, has collaborated with Academy-Award winning production company Slick Films to create 'A Matter of Minutes', a short film that looks at the severity of nut allergies. The story follows Ava, a 17-year-old girl, as she experiences a life-threatening allergic reaction in real-time at a house party.
A message from Phoebe:
We have assembled a remarkable team for this project, including talented actors Charlie Rowe and Emily Renée, known for their roles in notable films and series. Director Hannah Beach and Producer Sophie Stacey from Slick Films are also leading the project, with a proven track record of success.
Our goal is to authentically depict anaphylaxis from the perspective of the sufferer, a narrative that has not yet been explored properly in film. With 70% of the funding secured, we are seeking support from individuals passionate about supporting the creative arts, those interested in the film world, or anyone with a connection to nut allergies.
Join us in making a difference. Connect with us on social media @amatterofminutesfilm or reach out via email at Sophie@slickfilms.co.uk. Your contribution will help us bring this important story to life. Thank you for your support.
Slick Films (external link)