Thursday, 26 December 2013

The Cashier (film)

Hot on the heels of Hailsham's The Moo Man, another local film has its Eastbourne premiere
towards the end of January. The Cashier is a wry and touching look at the life of a cashier with ambitious dreams. It was shot entirely on location in Eastbourne on a shoe string budget using DSLR cameras and utilising local talent. The premiere will be at the Birley Centre on the evening of the 25th of January, but if you can't make that date, there is also another screening at Shoreham's Ropetackle Arts Centre on the 29th of January.

The Cashier was written, produced, edited and directed by Radley Mason (The History Boys) who also stars. It co-stars Holly Lindfield (Blackbird, The Wife The Mistress The Chair), Steve Scott (Secret Honour), Allen Young, Emma Pierssene (Everything Between Us), Mike Keegan (Our Country's Good) and Nelson E Ward. Director of photography is Chris Buggins and original music has been composed by James Bennett. The film has a 15 certificate.

After studying acting at university for three years, a job as a cashier was hardly what Jeremy had in mind. The job is dull, the pay is awful and the customers are mental. Can he escape and pursue his dreams or will he end up like Rob, blowing his wages down The Crown every week?

The Cashier, The Birley Centre, 25th Jan, 19.00.
Tickets £7, available on the door.


No comments:

Post a Comment