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April 2012 ****UPDATE****The Honey Killer takes the top prize of BEST FILM at the Sunscreen Film Festival in Florida!
April 2012The Honey Killer continues its fight for world recognition and the recut is one of only six feature films chosen for this year's Sunscreen Film Festival in Florida. The film screens on Sat 21st April as one of hte main events in St Petersburg, Tampa.
August 2011The Honey Killer rolls on! The film has just received a phenomenal response from a packed festival screening in Genoa, Italy on 20th August, with the Italian audience asking where in Italy they could see the film again. What makes this more unusual is that the Italians do not usually watch subtitled films, they are all dubbed. To date, The Honey Killer has received tremendous live audience reactions at screenings from California to London, Glastonbury and now Italy.
June 2011The Honey Killer becomes the only unrealesed film to be shown at Glastonbury 2011. The film was selected for its 'stunning originality' and 'superb soundtrack'. It is also the only film that inspires the 400 strong festival audience to applaud.
Razor Films is pleased to announce that Dave Powell has been signed by one of London biggest agents for his ‘truly charismatic’ performance as Rik Le Salles in The Honey Killer. And that Chen Shilony has been chosen to audition as the primary lead in the World War Two film ‘Colette’, by Czech Director, Milan Cieslar, and written by Pulitzer Prize nominated author, Arnošt Lustig.
With 'impressive' compliments from both The Weinstein Company and Momentum Pictures, Mike Leigh's Distributor. 'The Honey Killer' is set to tour the North American Film Festival circuit in 2011, and hopefully appearing at The London Independent Film Festival and the Edinburgh Fim Festival in the UK.
Having won Best International Feature Film in The Accolade Film Competition in California, further screenings of the film are hoped for 2011 in Europe and the USA to secure an international distribution.
The Honey Killer UK Premier is set for 25th Nov 2010.
An announcement on the completion of The Honey Killer will be made shortly.
The Honey Killer is set to be one of the coolest and most original low-budget British films of 2010. The sound design is currently in the hands of 4 x BAFTA award winning sound designer Ben Baird at Aquarium Studios, and the final post production is currently being negotiated for completion by the end of February 2010.
The Honey Killer is under the stewardship of film editor, Will Ward-Lewis and is due for completion in Autumn 2009.
June 2009Razor Films’ second screenplay ‘One Life To Go’ has just been nominated as a quarter finalist out of 3200 scripts in the North American BlueCat Screenplay competition.
An 80% version of The Honey Killer screened in Paris at the European Independent Film festival and created quite a buzz, but unfortunately didn't win anything at this stage. The film is due for completion within the next two months with the intention of continuing the international festival circuit.
March 9th 2009 - STOP PRESS!
We are proud to announce that Chen Shilony has been nominated for Best Actress Award in the European Independent Film Festival in Paris.
February 8th 2009 - STOP PRESS!
The Honey Killer has been just been selected for the European Independent Film Festival in Paris on March 13th - 15th. More details will be announced shortly.
The Honey Killer has now been submitted to the European Indpendent Film Festival in Paris, the Lisbon International Film Festival, Palm Beach International Film Festival, Houston, Seattle and LA. Original music is being created by Guy Katsav and two times Grammy award winning singer/songwriter Steve Smith (Dirty Vegas) is also featuring exclusive songs on the soundtrack. The trailer can be viewed at www.The Honey Killerthemovie.com
The Honey Killer – Razor Films’ first feature film is now very much near completion. With editing by Or Shlomi at Studio@58, Soho Square and original music by David Hockley, Guy Katsav and Steve Smith (ex-Dirty Vegas). The them tune ‘She’s Unstoppable Now’ by Dave Hockley is soon to be available from Razor Music.
The Honey Killer is currently in post-production with Studio 58 in Soho Square.
April/May 2008– Locations for The Honey Killer are currently being sought in Spain and Portugal. For the main three roles, RAZOR FILMS received over 800 applications from around the world. The model and actress Chen Shiloni has been cast as the stunning femme-fatale, Janine (see film page), and David Powell has been cast as the Australian hit-man, Rik Le Salles. For all enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org . Filming is due to take place in summer 2008.
Feb/March 2008– Razor Films is currently pitching a slate of SIX feature films in the U.S and the U.K. The first, ‘The Honey Killer’ is currently in pre-production. Co-production and financing is currently being sought. For all enquiries please email email@example.com or telephone the Producers Richard Harrison & Laurie Crowter. Details on the contact page.
Oct/Nov 2007– After five months of pitching in LA, there is now 'a small army' of people in Hollywood who believe 'One Life To Go' is one of the funniest and best scripts they've read. Razor Films has had personal referrals to both ICM and William Morris in Hollywood and meetings for finance and distribution continue Stateside.
March/April 2007– Pitching is due to begin in LA for funding and a couple of key cast members for the feature film ‘One Life To Go’ ©. The plan is to set in motion for the production of one of the funniest and most commercial British films in the last ten years.
Dec 2006– A 50 second promo is cut using the characters from Sweet Thing that relate to the feature film script ‘One Life To Go’ ©, and using the intended soundtrack. See Film on the menu.
Nov 2006– The long awaited follow up feature film script to Sweet Thing is completed. Five years of work has gone into a film that is designed to be one of the most original and funniest features of the last ten years. Pitching is due to commence in London and LA. See Film on the menu.
Oct 2006– Razor Films has been asked to turn the hit Edinburgh stage play of The Who’s Keith Moon into a one hour TV drama. Recces are currently taking place in London for a 1970’s rock star style mansion to film the pilot. Details coming soon.
The film & play are a follow up to the hit West End play, ‘Bill Hicks – Slight Return’.