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Recreating the End of the World across Central London for a Movie

09-09-2011 08:19 AM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: Films United

Filmmakers United
Presents

The Last Days on Earth

Acting out the End of the World (for a movie) across Central London, just in time for Halloween.

On October 29th, 2011 two days before Halloween the online community Filmmakers-United.com is recreating the End of the World across Central London for their new Documentary film, The Last Days on Earth.

The Last Days on Earth is an indie film about Damon Miller, a German filmmaker who is left on Earth to capture the last Days with his video camera.

An important moment in the film is the End of the World scene but hundreds of Actors and Extras are needed to make this happen.

Everyone who attends the Event will get a free paper-made Asteroid and enter a raffle to Win 2 VIP tickets for the red carpet Premiere.

Please go to http://www.thelastdaysonearth.com or (for the event page) http://www.thelastdaysonearth.com/event

Feel free to contact us for more details.

Films United is an independent film production that is constantly producing new video content, feature films, commercials and documentaries. Through our film network “Filmmakers United” we are connecting with film professionals who can work with us on future projects. A lot of companies are already connecting with our members for work through our network. We at Films United and Filmmakers United want to build a strong team of creative minds that can make a big difference in the world of video, film and internet!

16 Nottingham Place
w1u5nf London

Greg Richters
Filmmakers United
t. 0781-8830-551
e. Greg@filmsunited.com
w. www.filmmakers-united.com
w. www.thelastdaysonearth.com

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