A young soldier begins to lose his grip on reality as he adjusts to life back home. A chance encounter with the girl of his dreams may be the only way he can find some inner peace.
'Road-Kill' was the final film created by the young participants of the Shoot Out Summer School 2012.
The music for this trailer was also created by one of the young participants, Ashleigh Harley.
Between March and August 2012, fifteen young people participated in developing a short film script with professional writer Linda Marshall Griffiths. Using Linda's script, they followed the film into pre-production, designing all elements of the film, casting, storyboards and costume - right the way through to the two week shoot based around the rural countryside of Herefordshire.
The young people had the opportunity to shadow professional filmmakers and learn valuable transferable skills to strengthen their perspective on teamwork and produce a high quality short film that can be sent to film festivals across the country.
Shoot Out was a Big Lottery funded project delivered by The Rural Media Company, which gave young people across Herefordshire the practical skills and confidence to make films that support their local communities and express their own opinions and creativity.
The Rural Media Company is an award winning charity that uses film, photography, journalism, graphic design and the Internet to produce high-impact moving image and new media work.
Since 1992 the company has built a national reputation for the development and delivery of high quality media education and production that strengthens rural communities and challenges disadvantage.