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BLUE has just been released on Prime USA, UK and Canada with over 10k hours of viewing in the first month.
The soundtrack has also been released on Spotify etc.

We shot BLUE in Lockdown and I cast my neighbours – a communications manager, a roofer and a teacher – to play the lead roles. They all fitted filming around their regular jobs and childcare and gave outstanding, touching performances. BLUE now has a sales agent and distributor and has been released on Amazon Prime USA, UK and Canada. We were honoured to also work with two BAFTA award winning actors, Gemma Jones (Rocketman) and Shirley Henderson (Awarded Best Actress in a musical at the Olivier Awards 2018) BLUE is very much a local film that was mostly shot in Frome, Somerset.

BLUE – never underestimate a mother’s love.
A supernatural drama, feature film, starring Rosie Allerhand, Chris Keelty and Gemma Jones (Rocketman), with songs performed by Shirley Henderson (Awarded Best Actress in a musical at the Olivier Awards 2018), written, directed and lensed by Deva Palmier with music composed by Ben Morales Frost, edited by Nigel Bunyan and Ronit Meranda and produced by Adam Gregory Smith of Hidden Art Films

“After her daughter has passed away, a mother senses an ethereal poltergeist-like energy around her and wants to know if her child has come home.”


Filming

We’ve filmed a teaser trailer for 3 DEGREES – a thriller feature film, which will star Jacqui Dankworth, Paul Trussell, Marcus Hutton, Grace Lloyd, Rosie Allerhand and Richard Nicholas Emerson; script editors Erick Kwashie and Tamsin Larby; composer, Charlie Wood and producer, Fern Scott.

“A wannabe singer who is haunted by her own fractured personalities, has to self-investigate when she suspects herself of murder.”

Deva is a member of BAFTA Connect.

AFFILIATIONS
BAFTA Connect, Directors UK, The Forge Women in Bristol, and Cinesisters.