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Greyhawk completes shooting

Principal photography on micro-budget feature Greyhawk has wrapped.

Bold Turtle Productions shot the urban film over three weeks on an estate in London’s east end.

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It stars Alec Newman, best known from BBC TV series Waterloo Road, as Mal Walker – a British army veteran of Afghanistan, on the hunt for his missing best friend.

Jack Shepherd (Wycliffe, The Golden Compass) plays an unlikely guardian angel and Zoe Telford is cast as a put-upon mother on the estate.

Greyhawk marks the feature debut of writer-director team Matt and Guy Pitt and has been produced by Bold Turtle founder Tina Galovic.

“The script attracted a highly experienced team who turned impossible to beyond possible,” said Galovic.

Pitt added: “Greyhawk is a passion project in every sense. Each member of the cast and crew worked on it for love, first and foremost, and if ever there was a story of a man of passions and sorrow, this is it.”

The production is now in the process of raising completion funds for post-production and has begun discussions with UK distributors and sales companies.

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