Grant Taylor (Unit 4 Studio 120) is currently crowdfunding for Ecstasy, a short film he has written and which is close to his heart as it’s effectively about him and his Dad who’s had Parkinson’s disease for the last 20 years.
Ecstasy is a comedy about a disabled father and son trying to buying drugs so the dad can dance with his wife at her birthday party. It’s based upon the real life revelation that ecstasy can temporarily cure people with Parkinson’s disease. There’s a lot about the project in the link below. And a video which explains it all, and may well make you cry.
Happy to report that Grant has already reached his goal of £8,500 and (as of 26 November) is now looking to reach £10,000 to make an even better film. To learn more go to greenlit.fund/project/ecstasy
Image: Ecstasy, courtesy Grant Taylor, 2019