Help fund 'Everymxn' Short Film

In the not-too-distant future, what one does for fame and fortune on the socials is unbelievable. People blur the lines between right and wrong, real and unreal.

How many hits does it take before you reconsider your values? Would you kill to get what you want?

What're we doing?
We are four creatives based in London, United Kingdom, training at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. This project is giving us the opportunity to write, produce and direct our own work that we want to create. 

The concept of our film surrounds the fine line between what is right and wrong, from the perspective of the female gaze. Our team comprises of a female director and female writer. We want to take this film to as many UK and International Film Festivals as possible, broadening our range of audiences and exposure to the industry. All four of us are incredibly excited at the prospect of this film taking flight, but we need your support, so we can reach our destination.

These funds will cover: Equipment rentals, payment for crew members, costume and set design needs, food and drink for the crew while we are filming, marketing and film festival entry fees. The film will be shot in July and finished by the end of September.

Every Donator will be given a credit on the film, as a huge thank you, for your support.

We would be so grateful for any donations- even a small amount goes a long way! And please share this page if you feel so inclined.

About Us:

Adam Jefferys (Producer) is an actor and creative originating from Harlow, Essex. He is currently an MA Acting for Screen student at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, prior to this Adam trained at East 15 Acting School- graduating in 2018. Since 2018, Adam has toured internationally with Livebusiness (2018), Teatrino (2019) and Forum Theatre (2019/20). He was due to do a UK tour of 'Wireless Operator' with Silksheen Productions in 2020, but this was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time he produces and facilitates theatre work with 'Livewire Theatre' a charity organisation providing free performing arts classes to young people from under-privileged backgrounds.

Martha Dunlea (Director) is currently doing an MA in Acting for Screen at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London.
Prior to this, Martha trained at The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin. Martha has worked with Irish Filmmaker Gerard Barrett on the feature film Limbo in which she played the lead role. She has worked extensively in theatre in Dublin with her most recent theatre credits include Eclipsed at The Mill Theatre Dundrum, Mac an Beatha with Fibín, and the award winning GirlPlay at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin. Other credits include The Shaughraun at Smock Alley Theatre, Dancing at Lughnasa at the Everyman Palace and Irish Times Theatre award winning play Whitby which was part of the Bram Stoker festival in 2017. She made her professional theatre debut with Fishamble The New Play Company, in Inside the GPO.
This May, the audio version of Girlplay will be heard at the Galway Theatre festival. Earlier this year, Girlplay was awarded Best Digital Experience at the Stockholm Fringe Festival.

Rhianne Evelyn-Ross (Writer) is currently completing her MA Acting for Screen at London’s Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Her past work includes Baz Lurhmann’s epic The Great Gatsby, A Few Best Men (film - dir. Stephan Elliott), Deadly Women (TV - Beyond Productions), The Supplier (Short Film - Bullet Pudding), Pride & Prejudice (Theatre - Factory Space Theatre Co) and Dwarf Revue 2: Solid Gold (Theatre - The Australian Theatre for Young People).
When she’s not studying on the far side of the world in the midst of a global pandemic, Rhianne is an actor and skit writer in Sydney, Australia. 1/5th of the comedy collective, Bullet Pudding, she’s part of a small group of creatives that share a mutual love of comedy, film and a co-dependent need for validation. Their comedy short, Horn Hubb (dir. Antony Yee), recently appeared at the Over the Fence Comedy Film Festival 2020.

Iván Herróz (Editor) is a Mexican actor, singer and television host. He is currently doing the MA Acting for Screen program at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, in London, UK.
He has more than ten years as a stage, film and television actor with credits in productions for Netflix, Telemundo, Univisión, Venevisión, TV Azteca and Teleset, both in Mexico and the United States.
He studied acting in the United States with Academy Award Nominee, Adriana Barraza, who later invited him to join her acting studio as a neutral accent teacher for Hispanic actors. He has a bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences from Tecnológico de Monterrey, where he is also a professor of Voice Management and Dubbing. He is also a voice over artist and have worked in Mexico and the United States as a dubbing actor as well as voicing several international brands.


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Fundraising team (3)

Adam Jefferys 
Raised £110 from 3 donations
London, UK
Iván Herróz 
Team member
Raised £310 from 6 donations
Rhianne Evelyn-Ross 
Team member
Raised £115 from 3 donations
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