London, England (PRWEB) March 24, 2008
It's April Fools day, but this is no joke. The Odeon West End, which sees some of the world's biggest premieres is hosting the world's smallest. The world's first one-man movie. 'Madness in the First Degree'. A record breaking movie event.
Red Carpet Arrivals: 10:30am - 11:00am.
Screening: 11:05 prompt.
WHERE: ODEON WEST END, Leicester Square, London WC2.
WHO: Director Geoff Searle will be arriving for a photocall, a mock one-man cast and crew screening alone in the massive West End cinema.
Before the official premiere performance that will include celebrity guests (TBA)
'Madness' is the world's first full length feature film created entirely
by one man, Geoff Searle.
Following the death of a father he never knew, 'Madness in the First Degree' is an off beat fantasy-adventure which follows Tommy, a young downtrodden filmmaker from America who inherits a house, three brothers and the formula to insanity. As his new 'family' unwittingly expose Tommy to 'concentrated madness', he has only 48 hours to escape from his own imagination before going insane forever.
'It is extraordinary!' says DAVID SILLITO - BBC NEWS
From Costume to Camera, from Acting to Editing, from Script to Score and Special Effects, Searle has independently financed and produced a complete 90 minute British production. Searle has travelled extensively over the past two years with camera in hand. When not on the road, Searle would shoot on his own hand built sets and on land surrounding his home near London, England.
A self taught filmmaker, Searle dabbled with production design and special effects before moving on to direct and produce television commercials and documentaries.
Through sheer determination, Searle is proud to present his debut film, 'a roller coaster ride with more twists than a bag of lemons!', you havn't seen crazy until you've seen 'Madness in the First Degree'.