Lady Death has wrapped! Thank you so much to everyone who supported us during the making of our film. We had some amazing donations to our IndieGoGo campaign, with some people choosing to remain anonymous (meaning we don’t get the opportunity to thank you personally!). Thank you so much for your support. We’ve been blown away by your generosity. We also want to thank everyone else who made this film happen, the folks at Shipquay Fabrics in Derry who made us a costume to die for (that was intentional), Tesco on the Lisburn Road for their kindness and support (and for […]
We’re delighted to introduce the cast of our upcoming film, Lady Death. Katrina McKeever (Lady Death), Corey Millar (The Man) and Carla Bryson (The Cashier) have all teamed up to work with us on this project. We’re really excited to be working with such talented actors!
Hi there, We’re working on our first big short and we need your support! We have started an online campaign to help raise funds for Lady Death. Any support at all is greatly appreciated, be it donations or even sharing our campaign link social media. You can access the campaign by clicking here. Opportunities don’t always come your way (we at QuothMe headquarters have all fallen victim to that fact – sob!). So, sometimes, it’s necessary to make opportunities yourself. Before QuothMe was even conceived, I began to look at new ways to work in an area that I am passionate […]
We are looking for actors to fill two roles in an upcoming short film, titled Lady Death. The entire production is working voluntarily to produce this film, so these roles would also be taken on this basis. We hope this collaboration will lead to a film that we can all be proud of. The characters we are looking to cast are as follows: Lady Death (female, c.25-35) Man (Male, c.25-35) How to apply: If you are interested and would like to know more about this production, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us a Facebook message. We look forward to hearing […]
A massive congratulations to Shireen Azarmi, who’s currently starring in CBBC’s online mystery drama, Dixi 3. For all those who want to catch up on the show and work out who’s the mysterious internet troll, check out www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/dixi.
We’ve been busy working on some new and exciting projects for 2016. You are in with a treat, with a mixture of the Bard as well as some brand new writing for you to feast on. Here’s a photo of our last shoot featuring Carla Bryson, who recently graduated from Guildford School of Acting.