The Callback Queen -- Clip from The Callback Queen. Kate Loughlin (Amy-Joyce Hastings) and Terence Cranston (Dominic Grant) square off as Princess Grace and Lord Krohl in an audition for 'The Prince of Chaos' in front of director Vincent Catalano (Mark Killeen) and casting director Deborah Whitton (Vicki Michelle).
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Written & Directed by Graham Cantwell, 'The Callback Queen' is a sparkling romantic comedy set in London's film industry. Kate Loughlin is an ambitious but unlucky actress struggling to get her big break. When she lands an audition for the lead role in a massive movie franchise based on the 'Prince of Chaos' novels by legendary author Horatio King, she passionately seizes the opportunity. However a sleazy agent trying to pimp her to the director Vincent Catalano, pushes her to the other extreme. Determined to prove her strict professionalism, she starts second guessing Vincent's motives. Meanwhile rival starlet Luci makes no secret of her ambitions. When Kate and Vincent are repeatedly thrown together on the set of a smaller film project, her resolve to maintain her integrity is put to the test as she gets closer and closer to her desires. In the cutthroat arena of showbusiness, Kate stands to learn that her profession is personal, and sometimes friction can create a spark.
Starring Amy Joyce Hastings, Mark Killeen, Se n T. O'Meallaigh, Kate Braithwaite, Max Befort, Sophie Berenice Scott, Greg Kolpakchi, Ben Wigzell, Morgan Deare, Damar Martin, Irma Mali, Eoin Macken with Vicki Michelle and Ger Ryan
Cinematography by Anthony Bowes. Featuring new music from The Fallen Drakes ('Lights On', 'Girl from New York'), Nation of the State ('Feel the Change'), The Minutes ('Gold') and 21 Demands ('London'). Sound design by Lime Street Sound. Titles by One Productions.
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Capitalizing on the pop cultural fascination with the occult, while taking advantage of the era's relaxed censorship, Virgin Witch was one of the more notorious British horror films of the early seventies. Ann Michelle (House of Whipcord) and Vicki Michelle (BBC's 'Allo 'Allo!) star as a pair of mini-skirted birds who travel to a remote castle in order to land a contract in the modeling agency of the mysterious lesbian Sybil Waite (Patricia Haines). Only then do they realize that the agency is a means of procuring fresh victims for a witch's coven. Sybil's plan goes awry when she discovers that one of the virginal sisters is hardly an innocent victim, but is gifted with deadly supernatural powers.
Two sisters show up for a photo shoot at a faraway castle, only to discover that they've been called there to serve a coven of witches.
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