Posts Tagged ‘Philip L Moore’

Isle Of Wight

Thursday, May 10th, 2018
T.I.M (This Is Me) Film Production Company LTD is spending the next four days on the I O W filming a trailer of a new feature film called T.I M. (This Is Me.)
Philip L Moore the writer of the script has so far invested over ten thousand pounds in filming on the Isle Of Wight, Philip said on BBC Radio Solent, how “The I O W offers film makers amazing value for money.”
Philip also insisted on using I O W’s resident actor Melvyn Hayes as his lead role of “Myrtle”, joining Melvyn on location will be second lead Jerry Anderson playing “Tim”, and Nikitas Stamoulis playing third role of “Pansy.”
Directing the production is Actor/Director Peter Heppelthwaite who played “Jed” in the Green Green Grass, Peter is also very excited at being on the I O W stating it offers him a friendly and affordable service second to none!
 
You can find out more about this amazing production by visiting
 
https://www.facebook.com/romanticdementiafilm/

#Brighton Rock’s Film Festival

Sunday, April 15th, 2018

Great News today, just found out we are a finalist in the Brighton Rocks Film Festival, why not come along and see us, have a chat.

BBC Radio Solent interview

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Our first Radio interview is being put together as I type this message with Warren on the morning show at 11;00 am . At the moment it is looking like Thursday 29th, but this may change as we try to bring three of us from the production together. the line up for the interview is myself, Melvyn Hayes, and Peter Heppelthwaite. Will keep you all posted as I know more.

This Is Me (T I M)

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Excited, just packing to go spend the weekend with Melvyn Hayes  #MelvynHayes , going to be going through the script, and planning filming in May. currently putting together a production company, getting liability insurance sorted. Peter Heppelthwaite #PeterHeppelthwaite is set to be Directing it along with me, so going to be bouncing off one another.

#DementiaUK

Monday, March 12th, 2018

I must say I am quite gutted today, when a charity like #DementiaUK, refuses my donations offer of help! It now looks like it will be #AlzheimersSociety only who are prepared to work with us.

here is the letter I received today via e – mail

Dear Philip,

I hope you’re well?

Thank you for contacting Dementia UK about your film T I M = This Is Me.

 

I have spoken to my colleagues and unfortunately making a donation as a percentage of profits from ticket sales is not straightforward. As the donation would be tied in to sales it is what is called ‘commercial participation’. This means that legally there a number of things which would have to be in place, including having a contract.

 

After a recent assessment we have decided not to pursue such commercial participation agreements due to the time and resource (on both sides) in setting up and managing the relationship – including the time spent on the contract itself. You can find more information on commercial participation by following this link.

 

I’m afraid then that this means that we won’t be able to work with you in this way. We would be happy to receive a donation from you to the charity’s work. It’s just anything that links sales to donations would be an issue.

 

I’m sorry if this is disappointing news, but we do really appreciate you thinking of us.

Best wishes,

Holly

Holly Draper

Community Fundraising Executive

t: 020 7697 4320

Holly.Draper@dementiauk.org | www.dementiauk.org

Dementia UK, Second Floor Resource for London

356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA

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Peter Heppelthwaite joins THIS IS ME

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

Had an amazing day today, Peter Heppelthwaite agreed to meet me today to discuss Directing my new film “This Is Me”  which he has agreed to do 🙂

Peter brings years of experience to the production, acting and directing, and he runs an academy of performing arts called Limitless Academy.

have a butcher’s by Stephen Marcus

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

  

Actor Stephen Marcus has been really kind and agreed to let us auction off a copy of his book “have a butcher’s”  The book also has a  little message inside from Stephen and it is a first edition signed copy.

This is to raise money for my new film This Is Me and 10% is going to Alzheimer’s and dementia charities

Happy 2018

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

Happy 2018 everyone,

Looking forward to doing some more filming this year, hoping it will be a good year for Malcolm & The Magpies.

Hope you all have a good year too, thanks for the following

Philip