'Deliverance' - Directed by Oscar Hudson and Freddie Mason - listenersproject.com
A fur-coated Norse demi-god is one day delivered to an empty storage facility. Alone in the space, he sets about performing a number of mysterious tasks and making a series of intricate to-do lists. How to get your stuff from there to here; that is always the problem.
Made as part of four short films produced by the Listeners Project at the Farmiloe Building. Four Days, Four Rooms, Four Directors.
Walls tell stories and we listen. By creating a series of short films we acknowledge the history of the space and tell stories that keep it forever. Each director picks a room at random. Their crew must create a story within that space (and only that space) within a specified time limit. Crews are given a unifying theme but each film has its own unique story. All films are screened together in the space on a given date as a celebration of the creative project and the space itself.
Demi-god – Billy Clarke
Delivery Man – Chris Morris
Delivery Puller 1 – Xavier Buxton
Delivery Puller 2 – George Ramsay
Man in Suit – Merry Colchester
Directors – Oscar Hudson and Freddie Mason
Writer - Freddie Mason
DOP – Ruben Woodin
Producer – Alasdair Mitchell
Sound Recordist – James Bull
Art Director – Luke Moran-Morris
Art Assistant – Johannes Charman
Production Assistant - Jessica Lambert
Behind the Scenes Director – Stephen Noble
Executive Producers – Ben Lambert and Natasha Coleman