Hipsters, who solve mysteries.
It’s East London in the late 00’s, and there’s a serial killer on the loose. Three hipster friends combine to figure out the clues before the killer can strike again.
A cartoonish and irreverent comedy-horror television pilot. Think Hot Fuzz meets Scooby Doo, only with hipsters.
WE DID IT!
Amazingly, the kickstarter campaign was a massive success raising a little over our target amount of £5000!
Some very amazing people have said they still want to donate to help with any further costs so we have set up a Paypal link for people to still give if they wanted to.
Trained as a director; with over ten years of experience, having earned a master’s degree in Directing Fiction from Goldsmiths University, RCL Graham’s experience spans award-winning short films, documentaries, and web-series. Her work has been screened in the USA, UK, Germany, and Ireland and she has picked up awards from such festivals as Urban Mediamakers Festival, Atlanta, USA, Dub Web Fest, Ireland, and Raindance, UK.
THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Jay Oliver Yip
Co-founded Hammerpuzzle Theatre Company and Reel People Films before co-founding Wolfpack Productions where he has cut his teeth as a Writer-Director. To further his craft, Jay has participated in writing and directing courses with Papergang Theatre and Raindance respectively. Jay co-wrote and starred in the award-winning web series “Outside the Box” alongside Christopher Rithin and has written and directed numerous episodes of the multi-award-winning webseries “#sketchpack'' which is in its third season.
Producer of several multi-award winning online series such as MidnightMiracle and #Sketchpack, which now has over 40 sketches released. Christopher has mostly worked with Writer and Director Jay Oliver Yip, who makes up the other half of Wolfpack Productions Ltd which they co-founded in 2013; Thrilled to be enjoying their success and recently having placed in the National Short Film Competition Nespresso Talents Awards in which Christopher was Producer and Editor respectively.
Referencing British comedy-horror films such as Shaun Of The Dead and Cockneys vs Zombies the stylistic visual look of Hypsteries will mix bright colourful comedy tones against the blood and gore of horror.
Other classic comedy-Horrors I will be using as reference include Zombieland and Happy Death Day. Both of these films seamlessly blends the two genres not only through script and action but by the stylistic choices of lighting and tone throughout.
Bruce has over 14 years experience working within the film industry as a cinematographer, gaffer and also as a producer. Bruce is vastly experienced across digital and film and believes that the camera should be the least noticed and least important thing on set. Bruce has shot several feature films and numerous commercials and music videos.
2020 has been a busy year so far working on three shorts films, commercials for Under Armour, Marks & Spencer, Haig Whiskey, Wayfair, Olay Regeneris and music videos for Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbot, King Krule and Calvin Harris.