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Post-apocalyptic 1950’s black comedy set on-board a hotel submarine, the last refuge for a traditional British summer holiday.
The Fitzroy is a live action black comedy set in an alternative post-apocalyptic 1950’s. The world is covered in a poisons gas and the last place for a traditional seaside holiday is The Fitzroy hotel an abandoned submarine just of the coast of England.
Writer/Director: Andrew Harmer
Producers: Liam Garvo & James Heath
Cinematographer: Ciro Candia
Production Designer: Natalie O’Connor
About the Production:
“The Fitzroy is the kind of film I loved growing up, in many ways it is quite old fashioned film and harks back to some of the British Ealing comedies. It’s a film I would like to see as an audience member and I figured I should just make a film I want to see and hopefully others will enjoy it as well. Also it’s a chance to combine a lot of my favourite genres, comedy, sci-fi, period and a dash of noir.” – Andrew Harmer
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