Inspired by Many True Stories: Support Tom Bennett's CHANCE OF SNOW Featuring Award Winning Actress Amy Kinder | The Fan Carpet

Inspired by Many True Stories: Support Tom Bennett’s CHANCE OF SNOW Featuring Award Winning Actress Amy Kinder


07 December 2017

Inspired by many true stories. Two siblings try to survive a car crash just before Christmas.

The Fan Carpet are delighted to share the Crowdfunding Campaign for Amy Kinder's latest project CHANCE OF SNOW, from filmmaker Tom Bennett.

A short, emotional drama, with an important message. Based on so many true stories. Starring: Amy Kinder (Knights of the Damned, Friend) Directed, Produced and Written by: Tom Bennett (Instant Death, Dark Angels: Gun Rise) Produced and Written by: Chris Donati (Dark Angels: Gun Rise)

About Chance of Snow
Christmas. A festive, joyful time of the year. And for Matt and Sophie, it was set to be just that. What started as a normal day, Matt, off from work for the merry season, visits his younger sister, Sophie. After heading out to buy Christmas essentials, the pair are involved in a devastating car accident on a quiet country road, changing their lives forever. Injured, alone and scared, with darkness quickly approaching and the temperatures dropping, they must find a way to get help. But will they both survive to see Christmas Day?

 

 

Chance of Snow is a very different Christmas film, telling an important message based on so many true stories. Written by aspiring director Tom Bennett and aspiring novelist Chris Donati, Chance of Snow is a story of joy, happiness and family, as well as heartbreak, powerlessness and survival.

For more information and to support Chance of Snow, head to IndieGOGO

About Amy Kinder

Amy Kinder as Sophie Westlake

Amy Kinder is an award winning actress and martial artist from Bristol, UK. She starred in short film Friend, appeared in feature film Knights of the Damned and has recently been cast in upcoming TV series Emergency: LA.

Known for giving strong, dramatic and emotional performances, Amy has a fantastic range when it comes to characters, and is perfect to play Sophie, a shy, nervous sixth form student thrown way out of her depth when she has to find help alone after her brother Matt is left unable to walk following the crash.

"I am very much looking forward to working with a hard working team of people to create a film that hopefully hits home with its raw outlook on facing suffering."

About Chris Foster

Chris Foster as Officer Nash

Chris is an actor from Bristol, UK. Chris is known for his powerful, energetic performances, always immersing himself completely within a role. He recently appeared in feature film Instant Death (2017) and will be starring in short film Ladies of Leisure: Cocktails in 2018.

Chris will be playing Officer Nash, one of the first responders to Sophie and Matt's accident, in an emotional role that changes the officer's life forever as he races to save both their lives.

About Anicia Skeates

Anicia Skeates as Jenny

Anicia is an actress, singer and equestrian from Weston-Super-Mare, UK. Having appeared in many stage productions including The Lion King, Arabian Nights and Les Miserables, she recently moved into film, also appearing in Instant Death (2017).

Playing Jenny, Matt's long-term girlfriend in a deeply emotional and challenging role, Anicia is perfect for the character.

About Tom Bennett

Director, Producer, Writer

Tom Bennett is a film maker from Bristol, UK. He has worked as an actor on projects such as Instant Death (2017) and Knights of the Damned (2017). He also has worked in various roles as crew for projects including Instance (2015; director), Instant Death (2017; boom operator, set decorator), Rising Tide [music video, Drifter] (2015; co-director, camera operator) and Dark Angels: Gun Rise (2018; director, producer, writer).

About Chris Donati

Producer, Writer

Chris Donati is a writer and film maker from London, UK. He has written several novels, some due for online publication later this year, and has recently moved into writing for films as well as crew work. He has recently worked on Dark Angels: Gun Rise, a pilot episode for a web series as a producer and the boom operator, and is currently writing for sci-fi feature film Contact 4:12.

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