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Missing a Note, Short Film

£11,500 of £15,000 goal

Raised by 133 people in 11 months
We are raising money to help bring the short film "Missing a Note" to life which aims to highlight  dementia.

In loving memory of Kieran Moran.

Film's Synopsis

As schoolgirl and aspiring singer Molly Groves performs before retired opera legend, John O'Connell, in hope he will write her a good scholarship report, John's now diminishing memory means Molly is in for a few puzzling surprises in this charming short drama.

Producer: Tristan Loraine
Writer/Director: Beth Moran
DOP: Donna Wade

See more at:
www.missinganote.com

Cast


Ian McElhinney (Game of Thrones, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Hamlet) will play the role of John O'Connell. 

Ian McElhinney has appeared in many films and television series in a career spanning more than thirty years. In recent times, his best-known roles are as Barristan Selmy in Game of Thrones and as General Dodonna in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Ian lives in Belfast and is married to playwright/actress Marie Jones (Stones In His Pockets).


Elaine Paige OBE (Evita, Cats, Chess) will play the role of Angie O'Connell. 

Elaine Paige OBE is an English singer, actress and radio presenter best known for her work in musical theatre. In addition to being nominated for five Laurence Olivier Awards, Elaine has won many other awards for her theatre roles and has been called the First Lady of British Musical Theatre due to her skill and longevity.


Darcy Jacobs (Les Misérables, The Ferryman) will play the role of Molly Groves.

Darcy (aged 11) has performed as young Cosette in ‘Les Misérables’ (Queen’s Theatre, London’s West End) and is currently appearing in Sam Mendes’ and Jez Butterworth’s ‘The Ferryman’ as Mercy Carney (Gielgud Theatre, London’s West End).

Funds

"Missing a Note" is being produced by Fact Not Fiction Films. We are currently raising funds required for filming and post production. Funds which exceed our target will go towards marketing once the film is released.

The funds raised here will go towards location costs such as: professional crew fees (production design, camera, sound, 1st/2nd/3rd AD etc.), cast, steadicam kit hire, transportation, catering, makeup/hair, props, wardrobe etc.

This is a not-for-profit film and any profit generated will go to Dementia Care.

We are pleased to be able to offer our generous backers the following perks for various levels of donation:

£20 - Facebook thanks

£50 - Digital download of the finished film "Missing a Note"

£100 - An invite to the film's premiere

£250 - 'With thanks' credit in the film's end credits

£500 - 'Special thanks' credit in the film's end credits + a signed copy of the "Missing a Note" screenplay.

£750 - Associate Producer credit

£1,000 - Executive Producer credit

We thank you in advance for your kind generosity and support of this film.
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Dear everyone,

Hope you are all doing well.

As you know, to date we have raised a remarkable £10,875 on our Go Fund Me page and this has been a great help in completing the filming process!

However, we still need to hit our target of £15,000 to finish the film by way of editing, colour grading, composing a music score and other filming costs.

So, if you know of anyone who may be interested in helping us reach our target and raising the remaining £4,125 please feel free to share the project with them. We would just love to have the film complete before Christmas but it cannot be done short of the budget!

Thank you again for your kind donations so far. We are all very grateful for your support.

Best wishes,
Fact Not Fiction Films
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An update for you all,

With your support and generosity we are pleased to have completed 3 days of filming for 'Missing a Note'.

The filming days in Sussex also attracted the attention of BBC News who covered the film's progress on BBC South Breakfast.

You can watch the clip here: https://vimeo.com/293310299

As the editing process begins, we continue to fundraise and would be very grateful if you could introduce the film to anyone you think may be interested in helping.

Thank you so much for your contributions towards this film. We look forward to providing further updates as we progress.

Kind regards,
Fact Not Fiction Films
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To our generous supporters,

Thank you all for your contributions. We are getting closer by the day!

Filming starts on Monday so please continue to share with your family and friends so we can raise the funds to complete the film.

Many thanks again for your support.

Kind regards,
Beth (Director)
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Dear supporters,

Thank you all for your generous contributions to the film. With a week to go before filming is scheduled to commence, we still have a significant amount to raise to achieve the target of £15,000.

Everything is ready to go in order to make the film but with only 7 days to find the budget shortfall, we are reaching out to you as our supporters to introduce the project to friends/family or any businesses who might also be interested in helping.

Thank you again for your kind support of this project. We look forward to sharing more updates as we progress.

Best wishes,
The Fact Not Fiction Films team.
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