James Will Howl as shot in the summer of 2013 and so far has screened at the No/Gloss Film Festival 2014 and made the official selection of the BAFTA Qualifying, Aestetica Short Film Festival.
Written by Callum Costello and directed by Harry Jenkinson, the film was financed and shot within 6 weeks. Director Harry Jenkinson wrote about his directorial approach and several money-saving techniques employed by the crew, to ensure James Will Howl belies its modest budget of just £1000.
Production took place over the course of three days in a number of locations including Kielder forest, Kielder water, Whitley Bay, Morpeth and Newcastle City Centre. Watch the video below for a glimpse of all the behind the scenes goings on!
James Will Howl is a celebration of life, through death. An ode to family in all its complex magnificence and a tribute to the bond of brotherhood - through thick and thin, life and death, sworn, brother, to grim necessity.