End of the Line
My name is Emma Coleman. I am a producer on a Brighton based short film being made called "End of the Line".
This is a dark and heavy drama about a man who decides to end is life, by drinking himself to death.
Our goal with this film is to raise awareness about suicide, alcoholism, childhood trauma and sexual abuse, as these are themes that are explored throughout.
Although our crew
End of the Line
Director - Shane Kelleher
Shane studied film for 2 years in St Johns Central College and is now doing a top up film degree in Brighton Film and Screen school.
“I have always been very passionate about film. I am incredibly grateful to be a part of the filmmaking community for the past 2 years and I will continue to strive towards improving my craft. I am very fortunate to be given the opportunity to bring the story of End of the Line to life.'
Shane has worked in various departments on multiple different sets such as sound recordist, makeup artist, DOP, gaffer and editor. He has had plenty of experience in the directing seat, as he has directed 2 short films (one that is currently in post-production) and a music video. Shane pitched his script for his short film in class of over 200 of his peers and lecturers and was given the greenlight to proceed with making it after an impressive presentation. We look forward to seeing Shane’s story be brought to life.
Producer/ 1st AD - Emma Coleman
Emma is currently studying creative producing in the Film and screen school, Brighton. She has experience on multiple different projects including feature films, short films and TV series. She has previously directed/ produced two films called, ‘Blossom’ and ‘Diva and the Sound Man’. Blossom went on to do a successful festival run all around Ireland. Diva and the Sound Man is still in post-production.
‘My experience on a set began went I landed a supporting role in Irish feature film ‘Extra Ordinary’. I was fascinated by the crew and the camera tricks they used, so from there, decided to study film and TV production in Cork.’
Since graduating, Emma has worked on soap operas, drama series. This Summer she even worked on a big Irish drama (due to NDA the name cannot be revealed), as a production assistant.
Director of Photography - Ella Broad
Ella is currently training as a cinematographer and completing her masters degree in filmmaking in Brighton Film and Screen School.
"I was drawn to this course for the practical aspects and to better train myself on professional cameras and film equipment. I have worked on several student films as camera assistant, producer and as director of photography. I have also worked on a variety of independent videography projects such as events, live music and a documentary interview series for 1020 Radio Station."
We are incredibly grateful to have someone as experienced as Ella on board our team and we can't wait to see her beautiful camera work on display.
Production Designer - Caoimhe Kelleher
Caoimhe studied Film and TV Production in Cork College of FET for the past two years before starting her 3rd year at Brighton Screen and Film School
"During my past 2 years in St John's, I've worked on various different short films, including a feature film over the summer. I worked as a production designer on our 10-minute graduate film in second year, Medium, which is where I fell in love with the subject."
Caoimhe is now specialising in production design in Brighton Film and Screen school. We are very fortunate to have such a wonderfully creative ,mind like Caoimhe's working on our set and we can't to see what she brings to the table.
Editor - Jack Knibb
Jack is in his 3rd year of filmmaking in Brighton film and Screen school. He did drama in Worthing college for 3 years, so he has a lot of national theatre connections.
“Through having family passionate about film, it pushed me and awakened my own passion for the art. Through my time at the film school, I eventually found my love for editing and the post-production process.”
Jack edited “The Witness” in his second year of film school which starred Marcus Hutton. We’re very excited to have Jack on board and seeing how he crafts the finished product.
Sound Mixer - Mark Burke
Mark is currently specialising in Sound at the Brighton screen and Film School. He has previously studied Film and TV production in St. John's Central College for two years, during which time, he wrote and directed the short film, ‘Medium’. Mark has worked on serval short films in various crew roles including, lighting, camera, sound, editing, producing, writing and directing. His most recent credits include sound recordist on the short film "Blossom", which had a successful festival run and 1st AC on a feature film "Midnight City", which is due for a cinema release next year. Having someone on board as diverse in skills as Mark, is a huge benefit to this project and we’re very lucky to have him as part of our crew once again.
1st AC - Edward Keys
Edward is in his 3rd year of Brighton film and screen school. He specialises in camera and lighting.
"The project is a new challenge for me and I can’t wait to work with new people on this project. I’ve previously worked on three short films in my second year at Brighton film and Screen school that did really well and were part of the comedy and thriller genre."
Edward Keys has worked on many short films such as my final girl and up or down. We feel very happy to have someone with his experience providing our camera with the excellent care required of it.
Post Production Sound - Jay Johnson
Jay Johnson is doing his 3rd year in Brighton Film and Screen school.
"I saw this course as an opportunity to help turn my passion for film into a possible career."
Jay worked on a first-year film called Skimmed Alive and a second-year film called I Don't Quite Know. We're really happy to have Jay's support and look forward to seeing how he collaborates with our sound recordist and editor.