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Updated: Dec 5, 2021

Very excited the Music Video I directed ‘Mother Scotland’ has been released:

Filming George Blagden
James Hastings on set with George Blagden

This is the opening song from the new musical Lady M by writers James Beeny & Gina Geogio from Toy Soldier Productions.

Featuring West End & TV/film stars:

George Blagden (Vikings, Versailles, Les Misérables film) Karl Queensborough (currently playing Hamilton) Bradley Jaden (currently playing Javert in Les Misérables) Paul Wilkins (Marius in Les Misérables) Earl Carpenter (Phantom in Phantom of the Opera) Tom Hier (Chris in Miss Saigon) Sam O'Rourke (Buggins in Half A Sixpence)

Updated: Dec 5, 2021

James Hastings and Adam Tucker at Birmingham Film Festival
Adam Tucker & James Hastings attending the Festival

On Thursday 25th November James Hastings and leading actor Adam Tucker showcased their short film 'Slightly Red Handed' to an audience at the Birmingham Film Festival.

The film was nominated for Best Short Film, Best Costume Design and Best Production Design. The film received a positive response from the festival attendees and other nominated filmmakers.

Slightly Red Handed Short Film Festivals
Slightly Red Handed Selected Festivals

"It was super exciting to see our film up on a huge IMAX sized screen, especially with an audience. One of the biggest issues releasing your film online, is you miss the collective cinema experience, so being able to watch the film in a dark room, through projected light on a large screen was truly special. We are very grateful to be included in a festival with such talented filmmakers and their amazing films".

Head to the Birmingham Film Festival to find out more info:

Our latest short film 'Slightly Red Handed', a finalist at Kino London, has now been featured as short of the week.

Read the full interview using the link below:

Out in the Wild West, a retired magician is confronted one stormy night by an anxious priest in search of a miracle, but once a confession is made, tensions surface.

Watch the full short film here:

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