Props, Rehearsals, Production

Workshopping on Feb 1st. Then start filming the following day for 5 days solid.. Exciting times for team Margie!! I will post stills of the workshops and throughout the shoot to keep everyone in the loop. Much Love x – Ash


Daisy Cottage

Cast Accommodations for Filming

Cast accommodation for Margie’s Garden! I’m jealous. Country pub next door and a steam train museum across the road.

Casting Change

Hi Guys,

I’ve been harbouring some bad news over the past few days which unfortunately I now have to inform you of. We originally scheduled the shoot dates to fit in with Brendan’s arrival back from America. Sadly Brendan has been in touch and informed us that due to other work commitments he will be remaining in America and therefore will not be able to make the shoot in time. It’s with deepest regret that I have to inform you of this. I know that a large majority of the funders were excited for Brendan’s appearance in the film, and he was a large reason that so many of you have been so generous with your contributions. On a brighter note, I’m happy to announce that we have managed to recast Brendan’s role with the actor George Newton aka Banjo from Shane Meadows’ BAFTA winning cult film ‘This is England’ and television drama.

George Newton

Working with George will be an absolute privilege and something the whole team are very excited about. Brendan continues to support the film and we will work our hardest to produce something that you can all enjoy and take pride in the fact that you were involved in this project with us.

Much Love

Ash x

Digging a Grave

Director Ash Morris and Producer Jen Latham spent a cold Sunday digging a grave for the upcoming film shoot.  It was hard work – after about 1 foot of digging the soil gave way to clay.


Ash and his producer have spent the past few days been buying props. Lots of Props! Stuff that they’d never use in the real world, like a smoke machine! In addition to the smoke machine, there’s the glass bong, meat mallet, tea set, tea pot, tea cosy and a grow light… the list goes on.