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Nick Whitfield

Nick Whitfield grew up in the Fens in the East of England. Nick started his career as a professional actor, mainly in touring theatre, later studying comedy and drama with French theatre legend Philippe Gaulier in Paris. He began writing his own one-man shows, which played all over the UK and Ireland, including at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on the South Bank and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. His show ROADMOVIE was recently staged in a Portuguese translation in São Paulo, Brazil. His work on stage attracted the interest of the film community and he developed a screen adaptation of his stage play Albert Camus – What’s the Score with Natural Nylon the production company started by Jude Law. He directed his self-financed debut short, Skeletons and followed with Rebecca, which was financed by EM Media and screened at the Edinburgh film festival. Nick recently completed his first feature film Skeletons adapted from his short film, financed by EM Media and Scottish Screen and produced by Forward Films and Edge City Films.

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Skeletons - DOWNLOAD

$11.99 | 94 minutes

(2010)

A pair of travelling salesmen wander in and out of people's lives, performing a Procedure whereby hidden secrets and lies are exposed. When they arrive at a remote family home and can't seem to get the job done, they discover that you can't&hellip…

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Skeletons

$24.95 | 94 minutes

(2010) - Director, Writer

A pair of travelling salesmen wander in and out of people's lives, performing a Procedure whereby hidden secrets and lies are exposed. When they arrive at a remote family home and can't seem to get the job done, they discover that you can't&hellip…

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Skeletons - ON DEMAND

$3.99 | 94 minutes

(2010)

A pair of travelling salesmen wander in and out of people's lives, performing a Procedure whereby hidden secrets and lies are exposed. When they arrive at a remote family home and can't seem to get the job done, they discover that you can't&hellip…

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