As fans of independent British film makers, our attention was drawn to the SCI-FI-London Film Festival, which held a 48hour Film Challenge at the beginning of April.

Over 180 films took part in order to win a development deal with Vertigo Films. The winner gets the chance to develop a feature film with the creators of StreetDance 3D and Monsters, which is a pretty good prize don’t you think?

Two amateur film makers who we are big fans of, Nick Acott and Gary Scullion, rose to the Sci-Fi challenge. You may remember that back in November we interviewed the pair after they made the great short The Night the Reindeer Died, on a budget of just £900.

They’ve managed to impress us again with their entry for the SCI-FI-London Film Festival, called Thought Provoking. Take a look for yourself and see what you think.

Check out Nick and Gary’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/sneakyzebra
Check out their website:  http://www.fireflylondon.co.uk/

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