Posts Tagged ‘bristol’

Casting Actors for Short Film Shoot

We’re casting two actors for an ultra-short film, inspired by the events of the Challenger spacecraft and its crew. The film will be shot over two days in Bristol, UK. The character of Christa will be required for both shoot days, and all other roles required for just one day. The shoot dates currently planned…

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Photos from our Watershed preview

Here are a few photos from our Sleeping Rough preview screening and panel discussion at the Watershed back in February, as part of Homelessness Awareness Week. It was a great evening and a great week to be a part of, even if the snow did hamper some of our activities. To find out more about…

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Homelessness Awareness Week 2018

As we say goodbye to Winter and march into Spring, partner organisations across Bristol open their doors to encourage people to think about the community we live in, look out for family and friends and scoop people up before they fall. Bristol Homelessness Awareness Week (February 24- 3 March) aims to raise awareness of homelessness,…

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Sleeping Rough – Epigram Review

More exciting Sleeping Rough news! So we had our first Bristol screening of Sleeping Rough last week! It might have still been a private screening, but every time we put it on the big screen in front of an audience, no matter how big that audience is, it feels like a huge event; and it…

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Where Are We Now?

Happy 2018 everyone; Pastles Productions is set for a very busy year in 2018, and we think it’s gonna be a good one. Here’s why: We’re heading in new directions. In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve got a shiny new website! We’d like to say a HUGE thank you to Adam and the team at…

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"There is something really tangible that people can do."

This morning, the Senior Policy Officer at Crisis, Alice Ashworth, kindly took some time out of her working day to speak to us about our Sleeping Rough project and the work that Crisis does to improve the situation of homeless people in the UK. by Melita Cameron-Wood M: One of the main things that we…

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