Spine Film is a micro-studio that produced a series of short films in 2016. The most successful of these was:
An underdog story about courage, resolve, and self‐sacrifice, it was accepted into six festivals, reaching a semi‐final, and receiving one award. It is a no‐budget supernatural thriller that was shot with two Mini-DV camcorders.
The intention is to persist in making films with a message. The key point to make is that all children are created equal. At birth a child's life is ahead of him or her. It could be characterised by accomplishment, heroism, scholarship, or invention, and may bring other positive benefits for a community or the world. It may also result in disappointment if his or her potential is wasted. Removing artificial barriers means children can mature to make their optimum contributions. That allows a society to win.
At the moment of conception every child's future is a blank page. This is why royal or aristocratic titles are deceptive. The children of those British families are automatically supposed to be favoured. Most will be advanced without showing merit. There is one smooth track for their assured progress, but a different road for everyone else. Family and connection are valued more than effort and achievement. If you believe in equality of opportunity for all children please join Spine Film in working towards a Britain free of the segregation and injustice that hereditary titles create. It is a bad example, and we are better than that.
Having a production budget can improve the quality of a film. Having a promotions budget can increase the chances it will be seen. This website is therefore an invitation for you to get involved with Spine Film's goal. Here are three ways to help: