Scooterman is a "very funny and very British" short romantic comedy directed by London-born, Kirsten Cavendish, (imdb.com/name/nm2409573/).
Shot in white-stucco London, Scooterman stars Ed Stoppard, (imdb.com/name/nm0832380/), (Nanny McPhee, The Pianist, Brideshead Revisited, Upstairs Downstairs) and Georgina Rylance, (imdb.com/name/nm1142587/) (Crusoe, Dinotopia, Spartacus, Poirot, The Inspector Linley Mysteries).
See cavendishfante.com for more on Kirsten's company and more details on the short film.
Voted “Best of Fest” at both Palm Springs and the L.A. Comedy Festival, the short has been so well received that Director Kirsten Cavendish has teamed up with veteran producer David Wicht (imdb.com/name/nm0926804/) (Dark Tide, America - The Story of Us, The No. 1 ladies Detective Agency) to turn the story into a feature-length rom/com that is already attracting considerable interest. The short was shot over five days in London. It is the first film by novelist Charlotte Eagar, currently the Senior Editor of Conde Nast’s Tatler, and writer/journalist William Stirling. It features a trendy original score by award-winning South African composer Alun Richards (za.linkedin.com/in/alunrichardscutandpastegen).