RUN, MONSTER

We are very excited to announce our next reading on November 20th at 6.30pm, Theatre Deli, Moorgate.

Run, Monster is a feature sporting biopic written by BAFTA winning writer Alex Rose and created by Georgina Higgins. The film is inspired by the true story of World Championship hurdler Dai Greene. — A sports fanatic teenager, Dai Greene, from the Welsh seaside town of Llanelli, aspires to pursue his love for athletics, and achieve his dream of winning the World Championships. But this dream is soon under threat after a series of epileptic seizures he experiences.

To RSVP as an actor or participant please email us at team@backbonetheatre.com or via the Contact page.

More on the creatives:

Georgina is a filmmaker with seven years of on set experience within the film business. Georgina is an experienced Script Supervisor who has shot worldwide on numerous films working with multi-cam set ups, VFX, IMAX and 3D. She continues to write and maintains her passion in writing and directing.

Georgina grew up in Sheffield where her love for media started at BBC Radio Sheffield creating short documentaries. She then went into film production and worked at Picture Palace Productions under the wing of Academy Award winning Producer Alex Usborne. She later went onto receive a bachelor’s degree from Bournemouth University’s prestigious Media School.

Georgina has worked on films such as Amazon AdventureAccess All Areas; Florence Foster JenkinsPaddington 2 and many more, as well as Television, commercials and dozens of short films that have been selected and screened at festivals around the world. Her most recent writer/director role is sci-fi short film Blue Season starring Daisy Ridley which is available for download on iTunes and Amazon Video. She is currently in development with a feature sporting biopic inspired by the true story of World Championship hurdler Dai Greene.

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