County Hall Arts (CHA) is seeking a Director for the feature film RIVERSIDE DINERS which is currently in development.
RIVERSIDE DINERS focuses on Hannah Flynn, a young Irish woman who grew up in Japan and was raised within Japanese culture and cuisine. When bereavement and an unscrupulous landlord force her to relocate to London, Hannah starts a new business selling heart-warming Japanese street food on the South Bank, but also starts helping the disadvantaged and vulnerable in her local community...
In the first instance, filmmakers are invited to submit a relevant completed short film which they’ve directed and CV/biography for consideration.
The script for RIVERSIDE DINERS was commissioned as part of CHA's wider cross-cultural project aimed at promoting the values of compassion, community and selflessness.
This call is open to established filmmakers, newcomers and those in between. We're most interested in seeing work with compelling, human(e) stories and genuine, affecting emotion. Our hope is to find the director that can bring RIVERSIDE DINERS to life with the help of a substantive production budget and a team of experienced film professionals.
Good luck. We look forward to seeing your work!