An Inspir3 Films Production Written & Directed by ANDREW DALEY Produced by ANDREW DALEY & SUNIL SINGH

Starring MATT DOWNTON, SHINEAD BYRNE, DAVID EDGAR and BHASKER PATEL Director of Photography SUNIL SINGH Composer THEO SEATON Visual Art Coordinator EDD FURY Editor ANDREW DALEY Executive Producers TOM WOODS, ANT GAGLIANO, JOHN FRY

Log Line: Death is only the beginning of a journey Synopsis:
A tale of reconciliation, regret and death. Two estranged brothers attempt to reconnect through death and beyond.

Plot Synopsis:
Jason Stone receives an urn containing the ashes of his dead brother Richard. A brother with whom he hasn’t talked for 4 years and is now faced with a lifetime apart, but this last chance could be Jason’s saviour as both brother’s embark on a journey to reconnect and make up for all the lost time.

Cast:
JASON STONE – MATT DOWNTON CLAIRE THOMAS – SHINEAD BYRNE RICHARD STONE – DAVID EDGAR THE PRIEST – BHASKER PATEL Director of Photography SUNIL SINGH Steadicam Operator JOHN FRY Sound Operator ANT GAGLIANO Production Assistant TOM WOODS Production Advisor SHELLEY PHILLIPS Editor ANDREW DALEY Composer THEO SEATON Visual Art Coordinator EDD FURY

Key Crew:
Written & Directed By ANDREW DALEY Produced By ANDREW DALEY & SUNIL SINGH Assistant Producer DANE CAMILLE Executive Producers TOM WOODS, ANT GAGLIANO, JOHN FRY

Biography:
The Brother Code is a dramedy featuring short film star Matt Downton (previous credits include The Elaborate End of Robert Ebb), shot in Thurlestone and set in Devon, UK. The short focuses around the relationship between two brothers, how love between kinfolk stays strong even through the barriers of life and death. Short tempers and strenuous emotions relate a story of actions as the brothers bond through a series of a ­ dventures, making up for 4 years of lost time and regaining what they had almost lost. The ­ countryside of Devon plays a peripheral ­ character of the film, with beautiful visages of the West Country and a soundscape of local artists all contributing to create a film that is truly English. ­

Director’s Statement:
The Brother Code is an amalgamation of all my ideas from the past 3 years, inspired by a plethora of childhood holidays in the south-west of England to the coast. R ­ elationships are important, I feel deeply that those connections between family and friends, even between enemies, are important in life as it grounds you to who you are. You need to retain a sense of yourself as a person, if you get too swept up in life or emotions or work then you run the risk of losing yourself, and it’s important to equally take time out and relax, but also to step back for a brief moment and remember who you are. This is why I shot the film, as I feel it’s important both for people to laugh, but to remember the connections around them and ‘reawaken’ to that sense of life and personal self, what better way to do this than through humour and absurdity?

MATT DOWNTON

SHINEAD BYRNE

DAVID EDGAR

BHASKER PATEL

Brother Code
DEATH IS ONLY THE BEGINNING OF A JOURNEY
INSPIR3 FILMS AND ANDREW DALEY PRESENTS “THE BROTHER CODE” PRODUCED BY ANDREW DALEY & SUNIL SINGH ASSISTANT PRODUCER DANE CAMILLE EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS TOM WOODS, ANT GAGLIANO & JOHN E FRY FEATURING MATT DOWNTON & SHINEAD BYRNE SUPPORTED BY BHASKER PATEL & DAVID EDGAR CINEMATOGRAPHY BY SUNIL SINGH VISUAL COORDINATOR EDD FURY MUSIC BY THEO SEATON WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY ANDREW DALEY

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ANDREW DALEY (Writer/Director) – His first film was banned when he was just 16, ­ featuring the graphic slaughter of schoolteachers and proselytizing ruffian behavior in minors. N FOR NINJA (2009) was the collaborative effort between a group of friends, a figurative sequel to the successful indie film SCHOOL BREAK (2008) which was lauded in the local educative community, ­ however small fame was not to last as N FOR NINJA was banned in the local county after a first screening, deemed too violent and abhorrent for a representation of the government education system. In the years following; Andrew has worked on his craft and focused more on corporate and documentary working, shooting the desolate theme park retrospective SPREEPARK PLÄNTERWALD (2013) and working as press at a variety of film festivals; learning more about the film industry then eventually funding and shooting his first professional short THE BROTHER CODE (2014). Enquiries & Publicity Andrew Daley – Inspir3filmsgroup@gmail.com Inspir3 Films 34 Siddeley Avenue, Coventry. CV3 1GA. United Kingdom +44 (0)7867 561658 www.andrewdaley.com

Full Credits
A film for Huw, Simon and Janette. Winston. Kath and Claire. Script Assistant Dane Curel Script Assistant Jess Morrison Script Advisor Thomas Longstaff Pre-Production Advisor Daniel Hooper Pre-Production Assistant Sunil Singh Production Coordinator Ross McGroarty Storyboard Artist George Gamble Research Advisor Andrew Heskins Research Advisor Enoch Cheng Research Advisor Jason C. Verney Concept Lighting Technician Dane Camille Concept Actor Tom Woods Concept Sound Mixer Tom Bloomfield oncept Producer Andrew Daley Concept Artist George Gamble Graphic Designer Steve Want - iWant Creative Accomodation Assistants Liz & Graham Clack

Cast
Matt Downton • Jason Stone Shinead Byrne • Claire Thomas Bhasker Patel • The Priest David Edgar • Richard Stone

Crew
Written and Directed by Andrew Daley Produced by Andrew Daley & Sunil Singh Assistant Producer Dane Camille Executive Producers Tom Woods, Ant Gagliano, John E Fry Director of Photography Sunil Singh Steadicam Operator John E Fry Sound Operator Ant Gagliano Production Assistant Tom Woods Production Advisor Shelley Phillips Editor Andrew Daley Visual Art Coordinator Edd Fury Script Assistant Clifton Stewart

Location Assistant Graham Clack Location Advisor Stephanie Bon Location Scout Sunil Singh Location Scout Andrew Daley Recce Advisor Claire Dunn Post Production Advisor Shelley Phillips Post Production Sound Coordinator Paul Adkins Music Licensing. Folkstock Helen Meissner ‘Over and Over’ Licensed by and accredited to Barnaby Saints ‘A Local Man’ Licensed by and accredited to Patch and The Giant

‘Wait Forever’ Licensed by and accredited to The Folk The Moonwolf Departure’ Licensed by and accredited to Pat LePoidevin ‘Gavel’ Licensed by and accredited to The Sun Flights ‘Black Comedy’ Licensed by and accredited to Kid iD Original Score Theo Seaton Special Thanks to Lenses For Hire, Spooky Wagons and Coventry University Filmed on location in Thurlestone, Devon. United Kingdom An Inspir3 Films Production