Tracy Ann Oberman takes the lead in a new short film, that’s raising funds for its October shoot.

Here’s a really promising-looking British short film, that could just use a little of your assistance. The Monster In The Bed is the new project from filmmaker Dan Turner, who previously gave us films such as The Man Inside and Stormhouse. He’s put together a short drama, which Tracy Ann Oberman is set to take the lead in, called The Monster In The Bed.

It’s a film to which Oberman has a deep connection, given its subject matter and the fact that her family are holocaust survivors. For Turner, this is the first film in an exploration of the best of humanity in the face of terrible adversity.

He plans to shoot the film this coming October in North Wales, using old school vintage lenses and slow creeping shots. Beyond that he’s planning to film a World War II-set movie in Austria. But this is the first step towards that, and here’s a chance to lend some support.

The film is agonisingly close to its modest funding target, and if you want to put a few pounds towards it and support the project, you can do so here. A lot more information is over on that page too. We’ve popped a few quid in, and look forward to seeing this realised.

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