Happy to announce that our short script, Escapement, has finished as a finalist in the Short Screenplay Category 2019 Chicago Screenplay Awards and is currently a quarter-finalist in The Monthly Film Festival (TMFF) in Glasgow, Scotland.
Also, the rough draft of our comedy feature, Rusty "The Rampant" Railroader: Scotland's most Irrelevant Pornographer, has been completed!
It's now getting feedback from Scottish industry legend, and hopefully the star of the film, Georgie Lyall.
Finally, we did an interview with Car Cooper on Escapement, and the writing process that went into penning it. You can read the interview here.
New Project Announcement
Research and writing had begun on Schiltron Film's next project: "Rusty 'The Rampant' Railroader: Scotland's Most Irrelevant Pornographer"
It's a narrative comedy that highlights the fast-paced changes in the adult film industry.
Logline: A BBC crew is reluctantly sent to Grangemouth, Scotland to interview Rusty Railroader "Scotland's most famous pornographer," and his psychologist wife, Sandra about their impact and the changing tides in the porn industry. Only problem is, now one has ever actually heard of him.
We have some more fantastic news!
'Ghosts in the Ink' picked up 4 awards at the Vegas Movie Awards in Las Vegas!
We won in the following categories:
Best Actor - Igor Lewicki
Best Actress - Alexandra Miller
Best Original Score - Raymond Benson
Best 1st Time Screenwriter - Phil McCarron
'Ghosts in the Ink' has also been Officially Selected for the fabulous Blowup Arthouse International Film Festival in (Sweet home) Chicago! This one means a lot as 'Ghosts in the Ink' was conceived, planned and shot all in Chicago.
But wait, there is more!
'Ghosts in the Ink' has also been Officially Selected for The Polish International Film Festival in Warsaw!
Stay tuned for all the updates as they come!
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As always, we're eternally grateful.
Schiltron Films is pleased to announced that we picked up two awards at Out of the Can International Film Festival in Derby, England.
One for Best Short Film - 'Ghosts in the Ink'
One for Best Producer - Phil McCarron
I'd like to thank everyone at Out of the Can: Mark, Jeff and our fabulous host, Paul Scates. I'm truly honored.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, 'Escapement', the next script prepared to shoot, has been put on hold.
"Ghosts in the Ink" will remain on its successful tour of the festival circuit.
I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.