Postcard from the Apocolypse

Postcard From The Apocalypse

In the not so distant future, two escaped mental patients set out on an adventure of their own making but are they running away or towards danger.

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Cast

Sean Corcorran

Sean Corcorran

Sean plays young, naive patient Neil. Sean has studied at Motherwell College and Glasgow Acting Academy where he performed in 'Lord of the Flies' as Jack Merridew and also in 'Hamlet' as Laertes. He will soon be appearing as Young Jacob Cleek in the feature film 'Cleek'

Jenni Duffy

Jenni Duffy

Jenni plays Lucy, our young, feisty female patient. Jenni has completed her BA Honours Acting Degree from New College Lanarkshire. She has appeared in many stage production and short films. Her television credits include working on River City for the BBC and in film she appeared in NOT ANOTHER HAPPY ENDING for Synchronicity Films.

Crew

Greg Andrew

Greg AndrewWriter - Director

Co-founded Hingway Films in 2009 as a producer/director/writer working as part of a local collective of creative minded people creating short films, music videos and promotional material. Has worked freelance for the last two years producing short films and directing for theatre.

Barry Gunning

Barry GunningDOP

Christina Littleson

Christina LittlesonProducer

After studying screenwriting at Strathclyde University, Christina quickly became involved in producing films, finding that this was something that she enjoyed and was good at. As a filmmaker, she has experience in all aspects of production. Including, but not exclusively, budgets, scheduling, contracts, arranging and dealing with cast and crew, sales and marketing, props and locations, admin, communicating with the relevant people and taking a project from the idea to a finished film. Christina also has good research skills. She has experience of working with children and adults alike and has shown great communication with both. On a corporate and commercial level, she deals with the clients and has good client relation skills. Christina can take briefs and write them into a script format. She arranges the crew and any additional resources and information. As part of the committee that runs the Scottish Screenwriters organisation at the Centre for Contemporary Arts​ in Glasgow, Christina, over the past 4 years has helped increase the monthly member numbers from 6 to 70 attending each meeting and 1500+ website members. This was through creating new ideas and group content, marketing the group and more. She helps to arrange the monthly meetings, taking minutes at committee meetings. She reads the scripts and help decide which will be table read and workshopped on a monthly basis, arranges actors and directors for the workshops, help decide who is given grants, takes money and signs people in, helps run the website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages, make sure the night runs smoothly, getting in early to set up and clearing away at the end of the night. As part of the team also tries to think of new things to do on a monthly basis to help and support screenwriters and filmmakers.