An interview with Anthony Vander, producer/actor of Scales

Scales is a tense, claustrophobic drama that spends one evening with four characters, who are trapped in a combustable boiling pot of an apartment. American boxer, Darnell, his PR manager and girlfriend, Maria, Forbes-fallout Adam and drug dealer Keith are forced to question their relationships and loyalties, as sinister secrets come to the fore, threatening dangerous consequences.

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An interview with Joe Harvey, producer/writer of Scales

Scales is a tense, claustrophobic drama that spends one evening with four characters, who are trapped in a combustable boiling pot of an apartment. American boxer, Darnell, his PR manager and girlfriend, Maria, Forbes-fallout Adam and drug dealer Keith are forced to question their relationships and loyalties, as sinister secrets come to the fore, threatening dangerous consequences.

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A message from Director Nathan Hannawin

Hello everyone, hope you are well! Just an update on the film! I am editing it at the moment, its at the assembly stage which will last till about the end of the month, and then it gets down to fine tuning it which is a faster process.

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Screenshots from the Scales edit

Scales is a tense, claustrophobic drama that spends one evening with four characters, who are trapped in a combustable boiling pot of an apartment. American boxer, Darnell, his PR manager and girlfriend, Maria, Forbes-fallout Adam and drug dealer Keith. Currently in post production, our director Nathan Hannawin has released screenshots taken from the edit.

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Alumuni directs his second feature, Scales

Film and Broadcast Production BA graduate Nathan Hannawin is directing and crowdfunding for his second feature film Scales, and currently crowdfunding for the film.Scales is a tense, claustrophobic drama that spends one evening with four characters, who are trapped in a combustible boiling pot of an apartment. American boxer Darnell, his PR manager and girlfriend Maria, Forbes-fallout Adam and drug dealer Keith are forced to question their relationships and loyalties, as sinister secrets come to the fore that carry threatening and dangerous consequences.

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Film Debate Promotion on Casting Directors

A satire based on the struggles, politics and stereotypes within the industry.  Season One see’s Cindy, a struggling casting director and her wide eyed error prone assistant Billy working alongside Simba Slays, an actor turned film director. Over the course of the weekend we get an insight into the castings and the audition candidates experiences. Inspired by ‘People just do nothing’ and ‘RS Hooddocumentrary’, Casting Directors is a mockumentary comedy web series based around the world of the actors auditions and casting.

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An interview with Nathan Hannawin, Director of Scales

Scales is a tense, claustrophobic drama that spends one evening with four characters, who are trapped in a combustable boiling pot of an apartment. American boxer, Darnell, his PR manager and girlfriend, Maria, Forbes-fallout Adam and drug dealer Keith are forced to question their relationships and loyalties, as sinister secrets come to the fore, threatening dangerous consequences.

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London Live speaks to Anthony Vander

London Live Television speaks to actor, director and producer Anthony Vander and screenwriter Joe Harvey about  their debut feature film Sweetboy.They explain why they made the film and the particular feelings they wanted to convey about London. Also they discuss the challenges of filming in the city and the scenes which sum up the films message about/relationship with London.

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An Interview with Anthony Vander, Director of The Tutor

The film deals with themes of education and adversity. As well as being an filmmaker, actor and producer I have also worked in teaching for over three years now. Working with children and teaching them inspired me. The effort and dedication of not only parents but also children was something that I wanted to highlight. I wanted to tell a story that was personal to me. 

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