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Combines action, black comedy, sex and violence in an offbeat but enjoyable mix.

Mike Leeder - Impact Magazine

Kung Fu with an arty London twist in a stylish debut.

Elliot Grove - Raindance Film Festival

All-round action: part Tarantino, part Big Boss.

Graeme Aymer - Video Age Magazine

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Written, directed, scored and edited by Wayne Gerard Trotman

Red Moon Productions Ltd has produced award-winning films and videos, including Ashes to Ashes, one of the world's first digital movies and Britain's first martial arts film.

Conceived in 1993, written in 1994 and released in 1999, Ashes to Ashes is a thriller written and directed by independent filmmaker Wayne Gerard Trotman. It is is characterised by a complex script, unpredictable twists, dark humour and a complete disregard for political correctness.

Ashes to Ashes premiered at the Raindance Film Festival where it was described as ‘Kung fu with an arty London twist’. No wires, CGI, stunt doubles, mats or pads were used in the filming and production of Ashes to Ashes.

The grueling shoot in May 1998, testifies to the sheer energy and fanatical dedication employed in making the film. This energy is apparent in the performance of the ensemble cast, and in the expertly staged and executed fight sequences featuring the skills of several martial arts experts.

London: Metropolis of the Future is a 1994 short film by Wayne Gerard Trotman.

Aspects of travel, entertainment, religion and commerce are visually explored in the film, which without dialogue or narrative structure, produces a dream-like and futuristic view of London.

London: Metropolis of the Future premiered at the 1995 British Short Film Festival where it was very well received. "The Future Begins Today."


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