Put simply, Ted needs a miracle. The sort of miracle normally associated with what he once knew as Christmas, before things got a bit Oliver Cromwell all of a sudden. But will a phone call from Robin, his faithful assistant, finally allow Ted to grab the hessian sack, the gaffer tape, as well as his extra-large hammer, and hit the jackpot? Or has Robin just accidentally sat on his phone on the bus again?
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About Keen City
Keen City’s name is derived from a verse in the poem The Moon’s A Balloon by E.E. Cummings, which talks about a place full of pretty people, where everyone is in love and flowers pick themselves. The company is, however, based in London, which falls short of this description in at least a couple of ways. Possibly more. Especially when you’re on the Tube. Nasty business.
The company’s first short film, Alleyman, won the British Lion Award for Achievement at the British Independent Film Awards, 2011, and received an honourable mention at this year’s Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. Another short, Darkest Before Dawn, premiered at the Cannes Short Film Corner in May 2011. A project of similar length, The Tyrant’s Cup, is currently in post-production, and Keen City’s first feature film, The Cult, is currently at the financing stage. The Keen City team is also working on a number of exciting television projects. Stay tuned.
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