A story about local heroes and a rugby religion
1980, in an era where the fishing industry and the docks formed the backbone of the city of Hull, we meet two rugby league teams; on the east side of the river are the dockers, HULL KR and on the west side are the trawler-men, HULL FC. The passion and rivalry of the only true derby in rugby league is unmatched, the players are heroes, the fans their loyal disciples.
Director: Terence Dunn.
Terence Dunn is a Hull born music composer now trying is hand at director this personal story. After obtaining a first class honours degree in Composition for Film and Media from Northbrook College in Worthing, he went on to study a Masters in Composing for Film and Television at the National Film and Television School where he was awarded the PRS foundation and the Alan Hawkshaw music scholarships.
Four of his previous projects were nominated for BAFTA awards including Edmond winner of best British short animation, A Syrian Love Story by Sean McAllister nominated for best debut feature, ManoMan nominated for best British short animation and Slap nominated for best short film.
Terence has a unique cinematic voice often blurring the lines between sound design and music, showing bold originality and careful consideration to narrative.
In Production and requiring Completion Funding.