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The Hadley TK-421 is here to revolutionize the work place. A black comedy set in 1960s London, it’s the kind of short you don’t see often. More than just a punchline, and with a particular sensibility on a very low budget, you’ll wonder where you can get your hands on a Hadley once you’ve seen one in action.

© copyright 2011 Jonathan Reid-Edwards

@JonReidEdwards

Awards:
Diamond Award Winner - California Film Awards 2013, USA
Student Visionary Award - Geneva Film Festival, 2012, USA
Best Script - Screentest 2012 Film Festival, 2012, England
Best Score - Screentest 2012 Film Festival, 2012, England
Short of the Week - shortoftheweek.com

Nominations:
Best Film – Deep Fried Film Festival 2012, Scotland
Best Film - Screentest 2012 Film Festival, 2012, England
Best Comedy - Screentest 2012 Film Festival, 2012, England
Best Cinematography - Screentest 2012 Film Festival, 2012, England
Popularity Award – International Student Short Film Festival, England

Screenings / Festival Selection:
American Online Film Awards 2014
Short of the Week - shortoftheweek.com
BUSHO Budapest Short Film Festival 2012, Hungary
California Film Awards 2013, USA
Cannes Court Metrage, Festival de Cannes 2012, France
Deep Fried Film Festival 2012, Scotland
Early Bird Student Film Festival 2012, Bulgaria
Emmentaler Filmtage 2012, Switzerland
ECU European Film Festival 2012, France
Geneva Film Festival 2012, USA
International Student Film Festival London 2012, England
Leids Film Festival 2012, Netherlands
Luxor European & Egyptian Film Festival 2012, Egypt
NorCalFilmFest 2013, USA
Portobello Film Festival 2012, England
Screentest Film Festival 2012, England
XI Open St Petersburg Student Film Festival 2012, Russia

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