BritMums hangs out with Beat Beneath My Feet

We love it when our friends create something special. Usually it’s a great blog or gorgeous pictures. In this case, it’s one of the best indie films we’ve seen lately. We caught The Beat Beneath My Feet at the Raindance Film Festival in London, where it played to packed audiences.

What we liked best was that this story about a teen boy coming of age was both funny and dramatic, where fully realised teen and adult characters. For the younger viewers, it has the handsome Nicholas Galitzine, a London actor in his first film role. For older ones, it features the one and only Luke Perry, from Beverly Hills 90210.

The Daily Mail even caught up with a location shoot and featured a lineup of images of Perry in character. BritMums blogger Honest Mum featured producer Fiona Gillies as part of her Wonderful Women series.

We had a G+ hangout with Scoop Films and young lead actor Nicholas Galitzine to talk about the film, in which they talked about creating the film from a working mother and father’s perspective, what is was like to work with Luke Perry and more. Watch for some terrific insight.

 

 

Give these guys some support

This is a true indie British film shot on location in London — a great endeavor to support:

Watch the trailer (below)

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Take part in their crowdfunding project, which will allow them to run a full promotional campaign

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The Beat Beneath My Feet – Trailer from Scoop Films on Vimeo.

Film still courtesy of Scoop Films

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About Jennifer Howze

Jennifer Howze is the Creative Director and co-founder of BritMums. She blogs about family travel at Jenography.net, tweets at @JHowze and Instagrams at @JHowze. Previously, she wrote the Alpha Mummy blog at The Times and as a journalist has contributed to The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Travel & Leisure, Budget Travel, CNN.com, Allure, SELF and Premiere, among others. She won The Maggie Award from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America for a health article in Seventeen magazine.

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