Announcing The World Premiere of Impact50!

Tuesday May 31st, The Genesis Cinema, London (7pm till late)

Join us to celebrate in style and party like it’s the end of the world…

‘cos it just might be!

The Impact is getting its London Premiere on May 31st (Tuesday). And this film deserves to be seen on a HUGE screen with IMMENSE sound!

Nearly a decade from conception to World Premiere, The Impact is a stunning feature film like no other.

 

Prophetic? Yes.

 

Ambitious? Absurdly so.

 

Did we pull it out of the bag? HELL YES!

 

Where: The Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Road, London E1
When: Tuesday May 31st
How Much: £19.95 (includes a The Impact cinema poster for your office!)
Dress Code: Posh frocks and dickie bows, we will have a red carpet.

Let’s do this in STYLE baby!

It’s a red carpet do also, with photo opportunities galore, the Awards ceremony, the official Guinness World Record attempt and of course the post premiere VIP after party.

 

Without doubt this is the best night out in London this side of the actual apocalypse. Let’s come back together and celebrate this extraordinary feature film in style and network like rock stars.

 

Over 2,000 creative people have been involved in the making of The Impact. With film-making teams from all four corners of the world.

 

We are expecting 600 guests at what we are certain will be sell-out event.

Final Draft Sponsor The Meteor Award!

Final Draft have stepped in to continue their support of the Screenwriting community and we are THRILLED that they are doing so, because this means we can now elevate the BEST SCREENPLAY award to the Final Draft Meteor Award. Yes… the winner will actually get a genuine and very heavy Meteorite!

 Order of business

  • 7:00pm Arrive at the cinema to walk the red carpet and enjoy pre screening drinks with the cast, crews and writers of ’The Impact’.
  • Get your photo taken on the red carpet with your team or family by our professional photographers (shared freely on social media)
  • 7:30pm Attend The Impact Awards Ceremony
  • 8:10pm The BIG SCREEN Film premiere
  • 10:15pm After party and collect your Impact cinema poster when you leave

Please don’t leave it too late as the premiere WILL sell out. We will send you links to all the professional photos after the event, including your red carpet ones, and you can share them on social media.

 

The film is not yet BBFC certified but we expect either a 12 or 12A. There’s no nudity, no violence and not even coarse language. But don’t let that fool you. It’s emotional and intense and it will profoundly resonate.

 

We will see you on the red carpet!

 

The Impact50 Is A Crowd Created Feature Film Project

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What Judges Said About The Scripts

‘I admired all fifty five of the winning screenplays enormously and it is practically impossible to pick one favourite.’
Ted Tally, Impact50 screenplay judge and
Oscar Winner for ‘Silence Of The Lambs’

‘My favourite was actually perhaps the simplest one: MORE. i like the simplicity and clean emotionality of the storytelling, and how we all turn to children in moments of fear. It felt real and honest and like it packed a lot of emotion into so little time.’
Simon Kinberg, Impact50 Judge and Screenwriter / Producer ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

‘He Who Is Without Sin had a great twist as well as a mini-redemption arc, masterfully-fit into such a short amount of screen time.’
Nicole Perlman, Impact 50 judge and
Screenwriter ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

What writers and filmmakers say about Create50 and past projects...

‘50 Kisses’ opened the doors for my first time exhibiting a film in a festival, the first time going through an entire creative process, the first time people looking at me like I could really be a filmmaker. But more than this, showed me what we can achieve if we join forces and work toward our goals.
Carolina Rodrigues, Filmmaker (Brazil)

‘It has been amazing to be part of something so global. As a result of ‘50 Kisses’ I have met and collaborated with filmmakers, screenwriters, producers and agents from around the globe.’
Jo Buckman, Screenwriter (America)

 

‘After I put my film entry up on the ‘50 Kisses’ website I got all this wonderful and constructive feedback from other ‘50 Kisses’ filmmakers and I could then re-edit and improve the film before the deadlines closed. Over the 2 years of the project I have met so many other filmmakers, actors and writers in the 50K community and it’s spun off into so many other projects.’
Phil Peel, Filmmaker (UK)

‘The breadth of opportunities available are vast if you’re willing to accept the challenge. I was part of a team distributing ’50 Kisses’ commercially which, as a writer, was invaluable in understanding audience, the importance of concept and how a film is marketed. It will certainly effect how I view my own writing projects going forward.’
Tracey Flynn, Screenwriter, ‘50 Kisses’ (UK)

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