Bexleyheath resident Charlie Morgan has been shortlisted for the Parliamentary film competition FILM THE HOUSE, after being put forward by Teresa. His film, entitled ‘No Money No Mercy’, is now in the running for the national competition and could be screened in the House of Commons in October. Other prizes include studio tours, work experience, and private screenings for friends and family.
FILM THE HOUSE is a national competition for budding UK film makers, directors and script writers that aims to raise political awareness of the importance of intellectual property to the film industry. Categories include drama, thriller, action, comedy, music video, documentary, as well as a separate category for under 18’s which can be any genre.
“I am delighted to show my support for this fantastic initiative, and I’m pleased that so many local film makers entered the competition. It was very difficult deciding which film to put forward to the next stage of the competition as the standard of entries from Erith and Thamesmead was so high. I am very proud to have the opportunity to be a part of showcasing some of the great talent from within this area and I want to wish Charlie Morgan the best of luck in the next stage of the competition.”