The makers of The Sweet Shop have launched their new website.
Click here to take a look at the new site
Check out www.halifaxfilm.org.uk for more information!
Next week one of our Executive Producers, Adel Louertatani, is embarking on a grueling mission to run the New York marathon, which he tells us, is in New York.
Our French counterpart will be running as part of team ‘Andurance’ and their chosen charity is SKCIN – The Karen Clifford Skin Cancer Charity. The principle objective of the charity is to ensure that the dangers of over exposure to the sun are given greater profile with the emphasis on educating at risk target groups resulting in the vital early detection of the disease.
We wish Adel and the team all the best for the race. If you would like to pledge your support you can do so by following this link – http://www.justgiving.com/Douglas-Love
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the untimely death of Seb Hurtado, the lead male actor in our recent feature film production The Sweet Shop.
MWS Media have extended our condolences to Seb’s family.
“As the lead actor in The Sweet Shop and as a friend, we had the greatest respect and affection for Seb. He was a wonderful, talented actor and a kind person who provided us all with many great memories from the times we spent with him.” Tom Furr, Director of Marketing.
For anyone wishing to pay their respects, following instruction from family members, MWS Media would like to point you in the direction of the charity ‘PAPYRUS’.
Seb Hurtado was born in London to a Spanish father and English mother. His days of performing began at a young age appearing at the Royal Opera House in the production Attila and playing in two bands from the age of 14 at various UK venues. After completing further education in Music he spent a year traveling and living in Spain and New York.
After graduating from Mountview, Seb appeared in a number of theatrical performances including the lead in ‘Til I Die’ at the Old Red Lion Theatre and ‘The Grope Box’ at The Drill Hall Theatre under award winning director Rikki Beadle-Blair.
He also completed a short Film and a teaser for television under the direction of BAFTA award winner Alrick Riley. The Sweet Shop will be Seb’s first major role in a feature film. In this low budget romantic drama, he plays the role of Jarvis Marshall, a rock star with a difficult past trying to put his life on the right track, with the help of the girl who runs the small sweet shop in his hometown.
The Sweet Shop will be dedicated to Seb as a poignant reminder of his work.
For any press enquiries please contact Tom Furr at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01635 44812
Bertie (our production manager) recently popped down to Newbury Sound who have been following the progress of The Sweet Shop since the auditions were held in March. Our film features local people and local places in West Berkshire.
“A new interview from the London Film and Comic Con has been released online via LeicesterSquareTV, where Matt explains the synopsis of his upcoming film The Sweet Shop, in which he actually plays the antagonist role.”
The Sweet Shop team accept no responsibility for the bags under Matt’s eyes or indeed his croaky voice……….