Director: Joshua Westbury
Screenwriter: Nick Boocock
Genre: romantic comedy, animation
An over-worked, over-tired and over-emotional bride-to-be fires off a confidential wedding plan email on the eve of her big day, slating her future mother-in-law’s gaudy outfit and unfortunate nose. One problem: she mistakenly hit 'Reply To All', copying in the entire wedding party. With the clock ticking, she takes extreme measures to prevent the old bird from reading the mail and ruining the happiest day of her life...
Reply to All
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Joshua Westbury – Director
Josh is a London-based filmmaker and animator with interests in science fiction and comedy. He loves the collaborative aspects of filmmaking and is drawn to projects that combine live action with animation in new ways. Recent films have included2007 (music video for Tenderstar, selected for London Independent Film Festival 2012) and We Can Get You Some Really Cheap Gear (stop-motion short through the medium of Lego, selected for St. Albans Film Festival 2013).
Nick Boocock – Screenwriter
Nick is an emerging screenwriter, based out of London’s world-famous Ealing Studios. He studied at the Met Film School (London) and he specialises in both comedy and character-driven drama. In the past 12 months he has:• Won Euroscript’s annual competition with two of his projects• Been identified as one of the UK’s hottest emerging comedy writing talents byLOCO, London Comedy Film Festival• Pitched to a packed Princess Anne Theatre at BAFTA
Tracey Pickup - Actress (lead role)
Tracey trained under the Meisner Technique in New York and completed her Acting MA at the accredited East 15 Drama school, London. Her most recent credit was playing The Duchess of Venice in 'The Merchant of Venice.' Other roles include Voltore in 'Volpone' and Claudia in 'Hot Property.' She has directed and acted for the Camden Fringe, has appeared in many short films, and has also provided voice-over work for the BBC. She is delighted to be playing the role of Becki and enjoyed wearing a wedding dress for the photoshoot, viewing it as an interesting rehearsal for times to come!.
Ingrid Evans - Actress (VO)
Ingrid has a wide background in theatre and has worked professionally in many regional theatres including seasons at Theatr Clwyd and Manchester Library Theatre.
She has worked on many low budget films. She played Mavis (a Mother) in the improvised 'Touch The Sun' for which she received Best Actress award in the MockFest 2008 festival in Hollywood.
She played the Tipsy Woman in the comedy feature film 'Betsy and Leonard' for Iron Box Films; Dr Ursula Betteridge in a comedy feature film 'Tortoise in Love' shown at Cannes and Odeon, Leicester Square ; Ruth a religious woman in the Italian feature film 'Death of the Virgin'. She has recently played a somewhat eccentric Mother, Mrs Softly in the black comedy feature film 'The Milkyway' for Hydra Films and this Summer played Edna in a German Feature Film. She has worked on two DOCTOR WHO audio cd's for Big Finish Productions playing an eccentric ex-pat and a mad scientist.
Gareth Richardson - Actor (VO)
Gareth trained at Rose Bruford. Since graduating in 2004 he has worked in all fields of the industry. He recently played Hugh in ‘Joking Apart’ by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Abigail Anderson, in a UK tour this summer. Other credits include Stephen Daldry's production of 'An Inspector Calls' tour, the critically acclaimed production following the near drug collapse of the Tour de France 'Pedal Pusher' along with many short films and Voice Overs. Gareth is looking forward to bringing the men in 'Replied To All' to life . www.garethrichardson.com
Jeremy Hay – Illustrator, Character Animator and Motion Graphics Artist
Jeremy is a passionate artist and animator with a love for filmic storytelling and a strong desire to keep learning new skills. He enjoys the process of collaboration and bringing to life worlds and characters that are believable and empathetic. His short animated film Entropy has more than 1,300,000 views on YouTube!
Oliver Cross – DOP, Camera Operator and Editor
Oliver is a freelance camera operator and DOP. He has worked in the industry for five years on a diverse range of projects such as commercials, short films, events and live television. He started his career as a camera assistant in New Zealand before moving on to camera operating and cinematography, and now lives and works London. He loves the techniques of storytelling unique to cinema and is always trying to further understand and explore the craft.
Ian Roullier – Audio Designer and Music Composer
Since taking his first steps in sound nearly 20 years ago, Ian has devoted himself to sound design and music production for animation, short films, radio dramas andcomedies such as this. He’s also well-versed in studio and field recording. His primary love is comedy so he cannot wait to get his teeth into working on all audio aspects of Reply To All.
Sophie Caramigeas – Producer
Sophie created Caramie Productions in 2012. She develops and produces quality British films or TV series appealing to a large audience. When working at Lucasfilm Singapore and attending film schools in Melbourne and in London, she built a formidable network of talented people. She collaborated on two short films in 2009 and 2010 and has produced three short films in 2013, one of which, Written Off, she wrote the story for and directed. She currently has four feature films in development and Reply to All is one of three short films set for production in 2014.
Special Thanks to our backers
(listed in alphabetical order )
Andrew Smurthwaite James
Annie De Muynck
David & Sandra Boocock
Erik Ferreira Medeiros
Jane Kathryn Wellman
Pasquale Massimo Acquisto
Phil Pawlett Jackson
Stuart James Hall