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Award-nominated 15-year old filmmaker Luke Allen hosts premiere for new film Unstable

By midlandsmovies, Nov 18 2019 11:32AM



Award-nominated 15-year old filmmaker Luke Allen hosts premiere for new film Unstable


The premiere for the latest short film from award-nominated 15-year old filmmaker Luke Allen is taking place next month in the Midlands.


Based in Telford, his latest short film UNSTABLE is having a red carpet premiere event now production is complete.


Unstable tells the story of Adam (Alexander Westwood), a man whose life starts to go downhill when his ever-increasing increasing addiction starts to affect his relationships.


Made on zero budget with all the members of the cast kindly working and travelling free of charge, what was initially going to be a small screening to kindly thank the cast and crew has now led to a much larger event.


The premiere will take place on Saturday 7th December at Telford Priory School in Wrockwardine Wood from 7.30pm.


Luke goes on to explain how the short was concepted ; “The idea for the film came about as I volunteer with a charity called ROC (Redeeming Our Communities) which has led to me coming in contact with several recovering addicts”.



“I've always felt that their representation has been incorrect in media and that addicts are very rarely (if ever) presented as ordinary people who've made a mistake and need help. I hope that this film is successful in portraying them in such a light”, adds Luke.


Tickets are free with a small cost for refreshments and dress code is formal and the audience will be treated to a Q&A with the director and the film’s cast members.


All details for the premiere are available at www.lukeallen.co.uk and free tickets are available to book at Eventbrite:


https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/unstable-red-carpet-premiere-tickets-81212931063?aff=ebdssbeac


Check out the full trailer for UNSTABLE above.



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