Over the past two years, local director, actor and stuntman, Adam Collins, and our very own TV & Film tutor, Luke Radford, have been directing the action feature film ‘Outlawed’ with the help of over 100 past and present Confetti students, and it’s about to premiere in Nottingham!
The plot for Outlawed is about a story of corruption, murder and kidnap. Outnumbered, outgunned and against all odds, a Commando fights his way through a siege to save his girl!
Throughout shooting the film, over 100 Confetti students past and present supported a variety of professional crews on and off set. They gained valuable experience working with experienced teams in some exciting roles, including acting, supporting SFX & VFX, camera ops and more.
Adam was full of praise:
“I would like to personally thank each and every Confetti student for their involvement in our productions. They have continued to demonstrate their efficiency, drive and professionalism on set whilst maintaining such positive, friendly and proactive attitudes throughout. We really could not have done it without them.”
The project has been a real community project for the city and everyone involved should feel extremely proud of their input.
Want to read more about Outlawed, our student’s involvement, and where you can watch it when it premieres in the UK? Keep an eye on the upcoming Wire magazine – due to land online and on your doorstep in September 2018!