A Short Film That Explores The Concepts Of Choice

A Short Film That Explores The Concepts Of Choice


Film Director Tomi Irone is pleased to announce the release of his new short film “Chosen Cards.” The 15-minute film tells the story of a young man named Shane who has trouble choosing between three female admirers. To read more about “Chosen Cards,” which Irone said is already being praised by other filmmakers for its originality.

As Irone noted, in order to help determine which woman he should choose, Shane puts his fate into the hands of a mysterious man named Prince. “Shane has to choose from three cards that represent each woman, but one of the cards represents a woman who will be bad for him. The card that Shane chooses will be the woman who he ends up with, but will he choose the right one?” Irone said. “Chosen Cards” was written by Tom Webb, who graduated from film school in Brick Lane and since has written numerous shorts and feature films which have been shown in festivals around the world.

His last film “Child” was successfully featured in Cannes short film corner, Irone said. Irone has also had a great deal of experience working in films. He has been in the industry for over 6 years and has made a variety of short fictional films as well corporate films for well known companies. Recently, Irone directed a short film called “The Trespasser,” which is in post-production. Irone said he is excited about the production of the psychological thriller “Chosen Cards.”

“It has received comments from other producers and filmmakers that include, ‘Breathtaking’, ‘Mind Blowing’, ‘Great Storyline’, ‘Innovative’, ‘Brain Twister’ and the ‘best short film script seen this year,'” he said. In order to help pay for the production costs that are associated with making “Chosen Cards,” Irone recently launched a fundraiser on Indiegogo.

He hopes to raise £6,000 through crowdfunding.


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