Alex Marx pitched Fingers to The Pitch competition in 2013. His pitch drew on the account of infamous King Herod, set into the gangland world of London in the 1960s, and in particular sought to explore how this story had depicted the part that his stepdaughter took at his birthday celebrations: was she the victim or protagonist?
He won one of our start up grant, which got the project rolling. Working with producer Savannah James-Bayly, they developed their short film concept, drew together a great crew and cast and shot their film in just three days.
We are delighted to present their film online.