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12/08/2002

First feature from 'the workshop presents…'

Independent production company ‘the workshop presents…’ have recently announced finishing shooting their first feature film.
The film, a supernatural thriller entitled 'Through The Looking Glass' charts the downward spiral of an artist as he slowly slips into madness when he becomes obsessed with a painting that is based upon horrific visions that he receives from a mysterious old mirror.
The trailer and more info is available at the film’s website www.whatsyourreflection.com .
The film was shot entirely on DV and marks the debut of writer/director Craig Griffith.
Now in postproduction the film is being edited by Claire Pringle at OBE in London.
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