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A Trilogy Over 48 Hours.

Posted by Alan Medcroft on Saturday, April 25, 2015,
It has been a great pleasure over the last three years to be involved in three short films helmed by Matt Harris-Freeth for the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Challenge. My parts have been great fun each time, twice have included the vital line given to show it wasn't knocked up six months ago, and my roles have varied from hologram, to doctor and an arrogant sweary PR guy. Each year, I've dived onto set for a short time, shot my scenes and then sat back and waited for the finished film. The rest of t...
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The Port - Going Global

Posted by Alan Medcroft on Tuesday, July 9, 2013,
안녕하세요 서울 Ahn Neyong Ha Seyo Seoul! Hello Seoul...

The Port in which I play a hologramatic news reporter, telling of the impending destruction of the Earth, has been selected for the Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival in South Korea at the end of September.

Well done, once again, on a fantastic job by director, Matt Freeth and everyone else involved.

You can view the film here.

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The Port - SciFi 48 Hour Film Challenge

Posted by Alan Medcroft on Friday, April 26, 2013,
I am very proud of my recent involvement in a short film made by talented director, Matt Freeth.
The film was made for SciFi London's 48 hour film challenge, where participating teams have to come up with a 3-5 minute short film over the space of two days and must include a certain prop and line of dialogue.
The resulting film, The Port was unfortunate not to be included on the final shortlist to select the winner, however, it was on the long list and has been selected by the organisers who wan...
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