M.I.A. A Greater Evil – Film Update and New Trailer.
Above Photo: Neanderthal Scouser graffiti’s a cave wall….
We have finally finished editing our film, M.I.A. A Greater Evil and are now in the process of submitting it to film festivals around the world.
Obviously we’re too close to the film to really see its true artistic worth, but we have received some very positive comments from a wide range of people so far.
The litmus test will be whether it gets accepted into any of the film festivals we submit to.
Everyone involved in the film can certainly take pride in the cinematic and dramatic quality of the finished product; it’s beautifully shot and the action moves along well, with a lot of plot twists and turns along the way.
M.I.A. is a complicated film, shot on a shoestring budget in an almost unheard-of 10 days in very challenging jungle conditions, much of it at night, often using actors who have never acted in a full-length feature film before.
And it looks great.
This is the new trailer we’ve uploaded to You tube. The old one was just cobbled together for a film market we attended, but this is made up of shots from the finished film.
Our new film, M.I.A. A Greater Evil. Set in the jungles of Laos and Vietnam, the film deals with the possible fate of US servicemen left behind after the US pulled out of the Vietnam War.
See the trailer for our new film, M.I.A. A Greater Evil.