The Call Centre, the debut short film by writer, director and producer Louisa Connolly-Burnham, has just four more days to meet its £15,000 goal.

Having already raised £13,626, Connolly-Burnham is incredibly close to reaching her crowdfunding goal. But, with just four days left for pledges, a final push is needed to get her short film off the ground. Listing influences such as Sofia Coppola’s ‘Lost In Translation’ and Andrea Arnold’s ‘Fishtank’, the film promises to be a thoughtful exploration of female sexuality.

‘The Call Centre’ is about ‘Paige, an introverted, unassuming young woman, spends her days setting up people’s life insurance in a drab North London call centre. She is bored of her life, longing for intimacy and connection that she unexpectedly finds on the phone to a charming customer called David. Convinced there was something between them she decides to break the rules to go and find him. An adventure first fuelled by loneliness and lust turns into something much darker when Paige finds herself out of her depth with a total stranger.’

Click here for more information about this crowdfunding campaign:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/louisacb/the-call-centre/description