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‘Cold Caller’ by Lucky Feather Productions

Trailer for the award-winning short thriller ‘Cold Caller’ starring Daphne Neville, Philip Cook and Peter Stenson

“An elderly couple encounter a mysterious ‘cold caller’. Convinced of his credentials, they invite him into their home with unexpected consequences.”

You can visit Lucky Feather Productions on Youtube.

www.luckyfeatherproductions.co.uk/short-films/

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Cold Caller

Having recently appeared in Broadchurch, playing Charlotte Rampling’s ancient mother, Daphne Neville has just finished filming Cold Caller, a short film by Philip Cook, shot on location in the Cotswolds.

Cold Caller titles

It is a chilling tale shot by Matt Bigwood and produced by George Collings. Daphne plays Marjorie, an old lady who receives a call from a certain security expert who does not take his gloves off when he accepts a cup of tea.

DAphne Neville in Cold Caller 2 It has been fun following the development of this film in the press and on Facebook.

Daphne Neville in Cold Caller It is currently in post-production.

Cold Caller being shot The body is still to be found.

Cold Caller poster

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An Otter Garden Party

Bee the Otter by Sophie Neville

An Otter Garden Party was held at Baker’s Mill, Frampton Mansell in Gloucestershire on Sunday 30th March from 4.00-6.00pm  in aid of the IOSF ~  ‘International Otter Survival Fund’.

We are raising money to release into the wild two orphaned British otters rescued from the recent floods near Newbury and invited people to bring their friends to meet our tame otters Belinda and Rudi. Dogs on leads were very welcome, tea and cakes were served and a raffle with fabulous prizes was held by the Oak and Furrows Rescue Centre. The weather was warm and everyone enjoyed walking around the gardens by the historic lake. The River Frome, which flows down the Golden Valley from Baker’s Mill, was in full spate and many people walked home along the Thames and Severn Canal.

Sophie Neville was signing copies of her book Funnily Enough, which describes life with the tame otters at Baker’s Mill.

Thanks to everyone’s support about 150 people came along and we raised nearly £500, which was wonderful. Most people arrived on foot, which was impressive since Baker’s Mill is really in the middle of nowhere.

For information on the next Otter Open Day please email:  Daffyneville@yahoo.com

If you missed the event but would like to make a donation please click here for the IOSF site.

Otter swimming underwater by Sophie Neville

 

 

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Otters in the Sunday Telegraph

Otters in the Sunday Telegraph

Martin and Daphne Neville profiled in the Sunday Telegraph 21st July 2013

Please click on the cutting to see some of the original photographs

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October 18, 2013 · 6:27 pm