Oct 23, 2015

Eat Me! short musical film

My sister Ilina Perianova, with whom I've already collaborated on a number of projects, including food and consumerism related ones, invited me to join her in creating the Eat Me short musical film. So, since June 2015, I've been engaged in making this project happen as a Producer, Lyrics Co-Writer, Production and Costume Designer and director's right hand woman. 
It's the first time I've done costumes and it was great fun, I hope you like them too!
Eat me! is a short musical film, about our relationship to food and its waste, and how that reflects in our relationships with each other.  
Eat Me! Aims to bring awareness to those problems in a funny and creative way that appeals to a broad audience. We believe we can inspire people to learn more about where their food comes from and the impact it has, and act locally to achieve common global goals.
Music is the universal language and it plays a central part in the story of the film. Musically and visually, we're inspired by classical musicals such as “ Cabaret, “ Hair” and “Chicago.” 
The story isn’t set in a particular time and country although it has strong allusions to contemporary society. The approximate length of the film is 20 minutes. It's in English, and we'd like as many people as possible, of all ages and walks of life, to see it. We expect it to be ready by November 2015.
But we still need money to finish the film, specifically the post production part. This is why we've started this cool crowdfunding campaign. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/eatmefilm/eat-me-short-musical-film

Check it out, share and support. It's all or nothing and it ends on November 1rst. It's a chance for you to be part of the change you want to see in the world!

Join us on FB https://www.facebook.com/EatMeTheFilm
and twitter https://twitter.com/EatMeTheFilm

And here are a couple of photos to make you hungry for more...
We shot with a crane: a first for the Perianovi sisters team!

Rob  aka Nigel and the foods

Gluttonous Rob played by Nigel Barber from the new James Bond flick "Spectre"

Bulgarian star Luiza Grigorova surrounded by dancing foods
It's a wrap!

me promoting the movie at Beglika festival

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