We are about to launch our current production, ‘Night is Day: The Web Series’ and would like to invite you to the press screening.
‘Night is Day’ follows Jason Mackenzie, a young down-on-his-luck Glaswegian who finds a mysterious man called Ames who promises to change Jason's bad fortune. However Ames bestows Jason with the energy of an ancient electrical demi-god which forces Jason to suffer mind-numbing visions whenever he touches someone, forcing him into action to save their lives. Jason also creates powerful electricity in his body which he uses to fight criminals and evil forces in Glasgow.
Jason's life takes another change of direction when he is injured whilst saving a young student journalist (Amy Campbell) from an attacker.
'Night is Day’ is a first for Scotland, being a six part web-based mini series, which follows Jason as he struggles to cope with his new-found power, and the consequences his actions have on those around him.
Each episode is written and directed by Fraser Coull, 22 from Langbank, and is produced by Kim Ferrie, 25 from Glasgow. A combined cast and crew of 20 media professionals round out the production team who give up their weekends to produce the series.
Episode 1 will be free to download from the 25th of November, and subsequent episodes will be released monthly and they will cost £2 each to download. The premiere for episodes 1 and 2 is on the 27th of November in Glasgow. If you would like to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Each ticket costs only £2.
Visit http://www.nightisday.moonfruit.com to view trailers, photos and interviews.
If you would like any more information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Glasgow's First Superhero - "Night is Day: The Web Series"
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