Introducing One Thousand Flames, the brand new film from Homeless Ashes director Marc Zammit.

We’ve been very much following the success being enjoyed by actor, writer and director Marc Zammit over the past year. Zammit made his directorial debut with Homeless Ashes, a film he willed into being over many years of hard work. He’s told the story of the movie both in our magazine and at one of our live shows, and the movie has been playing in UK cinemas this year.

What’s more, he’s now set to get another movie into production.

One Thousand Flames is a new drama that Zammit is directing. The screenplay has been written by George Wilcox, and the movie has a musical edge to it. Benjamin Symons has been recording the music for the film, with Ruth DesRoches and Dean Parkes as executive producers.

The film is produced by Craig Hinde and Marc Zammit, and the pair came up with the concept for it too.

The film is shooting in the UK from the end of this month, and we’ll be keenly following its progress. In terms of the story, it’s about a talented singer, song writer Grant played by Stuart Murray Wolfe.

Grant is part of a rock band named Half Cut Vultures, along with Sophie (Syama Rayner), Matt (Jack Parr) and Jezza (Louis Barnard). They land their big break when an agent, Devlin (Scott Kyle, Outlander) takes them on.

Then fate takes a turn. Grant ends up in a serious car accident leaving him disabled, partially blind, and half burnt across his face and bod. Meanwhile, his band continue without him. Which is when Grant meets Mia (Mims Burton), and as this is spoiler-light, that’s as much as the story as we’ll tell.

Also in the cast is Maria Howell as Madison.

More on the movie as we hear it. Here’s the poster. And given that this is an independent film being made in the UK, it’s just the kind of project that’d benefit enormously from the word being spread of it.

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