Aussie SF Short The Immortal is Seeking Completion Funding

April 20, 2018
If you had the chance to live forever, would you take it?

Starring Guy Edmonds, Maeve Dermody and Academy Award nominee James Cromwell, The Immortal is a sci-fi fantasy short film about a man who wants to overcome death. After years of searching, he discovers the secret to eternal life. He lives to see the wonders of the future, and survives its terrors without being harmed. However, he comes to regret his decision as he discovers that eventually, everything dies… everything except him.

It’s been five years in the making. Twenty-one shoot days at over thirty locations. After an insanely ambitious principal photography period, The Immortal is in post-production, and need to raise additional finance to cover the complicated visual effects shots, sound design, music, colour grade, deliverables, and marketing expenses.

Now you can help writer/director Carl Firth and producer/actor Guy Edmonds finish their epic short film, The Immortal, as they make the final push to the finish line. With the support of Creative Partnerships Australia’s MATCH Lab initiative, every contribution is matched dollar for dollar, so if you contribute $50, you’re actually contributing $100. Moreover, the project is also being hosted by the Australian Cultural Fund, making every contribution tax deductible.

Writer/director Carl Firth has made award-winning short films and has worked both on set and in post-production, where he has observed some of the world’s top filmmakers.

Actor/producer Guy Edmonds has over forty acting credits on both stage and screen. He has also made commercials, short films and the independent feature film, Super Awesome.

Producer Augusta Miller co-produced the Film Critics Circle of Australia nominated feature documentary, The Animal Condition, and has worked in a variety of roles in front of and behind the camera.

Get behind a great Aussie short that also stands as a proof of concept for a feature. Visit the ACF link now to watch a clip of the film and support some great emerging filmmakers.


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