Silent Hill: Escape The Tower

Working in film and TV can be hard. No matter what your job is. Having started as a Runner (on the lowest rung of the career ladder) and working my way up to a Director, I take any opportunity I can to help others in the film/TV industry to explore their options and push people in the right direction.

As such, now is the time for me to help out a crew I worked with in 2012.

In April I was working on a Zombie film called The Undead Records (as a zombie extra!) when I had the opportunity to work with this crew. Their make-up style and design is brilliant and they deserve recognition for their talents. They are passionate about their maticulous work and travel the length and breadth of the country to take part in horror and zombie events. Most of the time they spend their own money to tke part.

Fronting this operation is Jason Wright, the Creative Director behind Silent Studios. As an incredibly talented photographer with many years experience, he has stepped into the role of Director of Photography. Utilising his skills of lighting, composition and design to bring an exquisite style for film and TV. They have become masters of the horror genre. Their work on The Undead Records is stunning.

Silent Studios offer not only photography work for film and TV but can offer make-up artists, models, actors and extras for the industry too.

Their intention is to create a short feature which will be submitted to Film Festivals around the globe, showing off their skills and style in horror. They have started a campaign on IndieGoGo to help raise the funds for this feature, helping to reduce the amount of their own money they pump into their work.

Therefore, I ask that you click on the link below and read through their manifesto, offering anything you can to their cause. Every penny counts towards giving this crew the future they deserve.

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