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  1. Instability Gailene Pierre & Dean Atkinson

  2. Current Stage – POST PRODUCTION • The documentary is currently in the editing suite going through it’s first edit. • The plan is to have a completed rough edit by the end of the week. • We are currently in talks with Universal Music to use the song “Come On Eileen” by Dexys Midnight Runners in the film and are just waiting for confirmation for the license. • We are still contemplating using a soundtrack underneath the spoken word. We are waiting to watch the edit back to decide whether it needs one or not.

  3. Filming for the visuals took place in High Wycombe in February, whilst the audio was recorded in December. • The shoot was an overall success, and we only missed out on 2 shots which aren’t vitally important to have in the film. • Possibly may re-shoot those scenes in April, dependent on how the edit looks.

  4. Whilst the film is in edit, we are currently busy building our EPK. • The EPK is being built into an iBook that will be available on iTunes. • The iBook will also be professionally printed and will be made available at all 3 degree shows. This will be accompanied by a film calling card (QR card to film/website and contact details). • We will also have smaller versions of the film poster’s available which will have all the films information from the EPK on the reverse.

  5. Annacitric Productions announces “Instability”, an experimental film focusing on an emotional true story. Annacitric productions has today announced a new experimental film which looks at the life of a young girl who became mentally unstable and how she fought off a battle of emotions to try to escape life. Coventry, United Kingdom - March 8th, 2013 - “Instability” is a new experimental film from Annacitric Productions. Directed by Gailene Pierre and Produced by Dean Atkinson, Instability is the shocking true story and the awakening of a girl who became mentally unstable and describes how, with numerous mental illness, fought a battle of emotions and how her devastating actions became a normal part of trying to escape life. From waking up in a hospital and wishing she hadn’t woken up at all, to treasuring her life and looking to the future, Instability brings this compelling heart felt story to life. Gailene Pierre, director of Instability says “It is not only a special story because it is personal to me, but because the participant has agreed to be involved not just vocally, but visually and collaboratively throughout the creative process, which makes sharing this story in detail with many others for the very first time, that bit deeper“. Dean Atkinson, producer, adds, “The story that we got from our contributor is so compelling, it’s one that people have to hear. Mental illness is a very important issue worldwide and the opportunity to use this story to perhaps help others was something that I felt needed to be done”. Instability, recorded in full 1080P high definition, is shot in a way that keeps the contributors identity undisclosed but tells the full heart felt story through a series of audio interviews. It is purposely made this way so that personal information is not revealed, however, the complete story is told in an exciting way where the visuals may not always match the audio. Annacitric Productions, based in the United Kingdom are an exciting new production company focussing on films that relate to real life. Whether it’s drama focussing on hard-hitting true stories, or documentaries that will compel the viewer, Annacitric Productions aims to bring the stories that matter to the attention of many. Press Contacts: Dean Atkinson (+44) 7825916912

  6. To gain interest in the film, we will be sending out the press release with a hard copy of the EPK, 2 posters and a calling card. • This will be sent to local newspaper and media outlets in both the west/east Midlands and Buckinghamshire.

  7. We have decided against going on the festival circuit with the film. • We are interested in sending into a maximum of 3 festivals that the film is suited to, but the submissions for these are not open so we are still unsure on the restrictions. • We would rather submit the film for online viewing on Vimeo and try to gain something like a staff pick. • We will also be offering a DVD pack for those who would like a hard copy of Instability.