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Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be ‘Bodkin Ras,’ ‘Plant,’ ‘Big Spoon’ or ‘Headhunt Revisited’?

Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be 'Bodkin Ras,' 'Plant,' 'Big Spoon' or 'Headhunt Revisited'?

Vote below for this week’s Project of the Week.

The winning
filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from
SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That
winner will be awarded with a creative consultation from the fine folks
at the Tribeca Film Institute!

The four projects up for the prize:

“Bodkin Ras”


“The Big Spoon”

“Headhunt Revisited”

Voting will end Tuesday, April 22 at 5PM Eastern.

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dina roussou

vote for Bodkin Ras

mirjam van mameren

Vote to Bodkin Ras


Enjoyed the clip sent. I am into a daily laugh a day . Keep up the humorous work.




Vote for Bodkin Ras

Cathy Miller

Vote for Plant


Vote for The Big Spoon!






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Check out BODKIN RAS, a refreshing and exciting fusion of thriller and documentary, taking place in a small town on the north coast of Scotland. This is where Red James and Lily live. Lily is an eighteen-year-old girl.She doesn’t identify with the rough way of life in this place and dreams of the day she can move away. Red James spent years in Morocco, where he learned Arabic and developed a strong affinity with Islam. For many years he’s been working on a mystical manuscript, and it only lacks a final chapter. Then Bodkin Ras, a stranger, arrives in Forres. He came to this remote corner of Europe to hide and lay low. This turns out to be impossible in a little town where rumors spread faster than the plague.

A thrilling and contemporary story about guilt, innocence, truth and perception by Iranian/Dutch filmmaker Kaweh Modiri who fled his home country at early age to become a filmmaker and novelist. A story worth supporting..!!

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