Tara Borzoni is a 20 year old Screenwriting student attending the University of Suffolk. Having been told about the collaborative efforts and passion of Student Life she decided to approach them and offer her enthusiasm and writing.
The brainchild of Mario Covone, Overtime is an upcoming horror feature film created by a crew of University students. Having previously found success in the comic book industry with the UK’s best-selling independent comic, Video Nasty, Mario’s branch into screenwriting was a natural leap. A Kettering native, he came upon the University of Suffolk and soon found a lecturer who encouraged his written work and recognised his talent.
In any such environment collaboration and exploration come hand in hand. Here a group of like-minded ambitious individuals came forward wanting to do more than their degree required. Enter Jack Burman, an Ipswich local and second year Digital Film Production student, having an aptitude for networking and a dedicated work ethic, the pair fell into a partnership. Miracle World was born, a budding production company with high aspirations, and with this newfound enthusiasm, Overtime came to fruition.
At first only an idea, the pair approached all three years of students studying both Screenwriting and Digital Film Production degrees with the project. Over thirty students came on board, still growing each week. A few of our many crew are:
Thomas Rumbellow – I am a freelance composer, sound designer and voice actor from Suffolk, working under my company title Rumbellow Music. I have been composing music for 10 years now and past work includes UK TV advertisements, short films, animations, documentaries, promotional videos, games and more! I am extremely excited to be working on Overtime and very thankful that I am on board with such a committed and passionate team of creative people.’
Daniel Luenswilken – I’m the cinematographer for this film. Oh, I’m also German. After packing all my belongings and coming to England all by myself, I became fascinated with the visual side of film. I’m expected to bring my talents into this collaboration and make some great movies!
Set to film in January, the film continues to gain traction in public opinion on both its Facebook page: OverTime Movie and on its other social media sites. Stay plugged for more interesting news.