Vindication Swim marks completion with Blue Plaque for Mercedes Gleitze in Brighton, New Poster

A new promotional poster for Vindication Swim by Relsah Productions, marking the completion of post production on the project at Warner Bros. De Lane Lea in January 2022.

Relsah Films, the company behind the up-coming Mercedes Gleitze biopic ‘Vindication Swim’, released a new promotional poster to coincide with the completition of post production on the epic, three-year journey to complete the film.

Justin plays Mercedes’s coach – or one of them – Leonard Clay, who attempts to help her achieve a significant milestone; to be the first British woman to swim the channel.

Celebrating the achievement of completing the film with the new poster coincided with the unveiling of a new blue plaque dedicated to the life and charitable work of Mercedes in Brighton. Elliott, the director, and some of the cast and crew, attended the unveilling today.

Ghost Species places in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition

Justin’s horror screenplay ‘Ghost Species‘ has placed in the second round of the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition.

With almost 15,000 screenplays adjudicated in this year’s competition, ‘Ghost Species’ advanced into this select group allowing Justin to participate in round tables and network with industry professionals in October of this year.

Any industry professionals wishing to read the screenplay can contact Ian Taylor at Red Door Vision or download it from Coverfly or Inktip.

FrightFest 2021 welcomes Are We Monsters with critical acclaim

Julie Edwards Photography: FRIGHTFEST 2021 AT CINEWORLD LEICESTER SQUARE &emdash; Seb Cox and Cast

The number one UK horror film festival FrightFest hosted the worldwide premiere of Seb Cox’s Are We Monsters with the audience and critics widely praising the folk-horror coming of age feature positively.

Some initial reviews said of the film:

“Visually striking werewolf fairytale offers mannered, mythomanic rites of passage.” VODzillaMag

“Alluring and ethereal, Seb Cox’s Are We Monsters is a beautifully made love letter to that special branch of fantasy films that places thoughts and feelings at the forefront of the magic. Also featuring some stunning animation and a brand new idea for what a werewolf can be, Are We Monsters is a resplendent debut.” The Hollywood News

“Playing more as a coming-of-age tale than a horror film… that manages to hold the interest throughout.” Starburst Magazine

“Seb Cox’s Are We Monsters stretches its resources imaginatively – in an overworked sub-genre, it definitely comes up with things you’ve not seen before.” Kim Newman

“There is plenty to enjoy and at less than eighty five minutes, the time flies by. For werewolf fans this is an absolute must-see.” Nerdly