A retired policeman in the arctic tries to hide a crime he committed in order to keep his land from being taken by a corrupt younger policeman who is in the pocket of an oil prospecting company.
'Seven' is the first narrative short film from JMF. Established by multi-award winning director and photographer James Morgan, we’re a young, award-winning production company with a portfolio that includes documentaries in Siberia, Bolivia, Papua New Guinea and the remote islands of eastern Indonesia. And a music video in Yemen! Now we’re heading to the lands of the midnight sun to shoot a short film on an epic scale…and we're hoping you'll be a part of it.
James Morgan, Writer/Director
James started out in photography, producing in-depth features for National Geographic, The Guardian and The Sunday Times, to name a few. After moving into documentary filmmaking he won a host of awards before starting JMF to branch out into drama and long form fiction.
Emily Spicer, Producer
Emily is a London based producer with a background in journalism. She cut her teeth at the BBC before working with JMF. Emily is widely travelled and has experience working in almost every environment from the Amazon to the Arctic Circle.
Johnny Langenheim, Producer
Johnny is an award winning producer and journalist who has made documentaries, music videos, brand films and editorial content for the world’s leading media brands, companies and NGOs including BBC, Vice, Smithsonian Channel, Universal Records, The Guardian, Sunday Times and WWF. He works extensively in Asia, particularly Indonesia, as well as in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
To support 'Seven', visit the team's CrowdfunderUK page.