LCFF 2014 Short

Mr Invisible

An old man seems invisible to the world around him, until a journey to London proves his invisibility is actually his greatest strength.

The 14 minute film questions modern stereotypes of the elderly. Glover takes the title role, playing an old man ignored by society and seemingly helpless in the modern world. However not everything is as it appears. The explosive conclusion, which unfolds in the heart of London, keeps audiences guessing right up to the final credits.
“Mr. Invisible” stars British screen legend, Julian Glover, a recognizable villain from the “Star Wars,” “Indiana Jones” and “James Bond” franchises and more recently seen as Grand Maester Pycelle in Game of Thrones, and features a supporting cast which includes comedian and actor Omid Djalili (“Gladiator”, “The Mummy”) and Karl Johnson (“Hot Fuzz”, “The Illusionist”).
Length: 14 mins
Genre: Short/Narrative/Drama/Fiction

Mr Invisible (2013) – Trailer from Greg Ash on Vimeo.

Greg Ash is an multi award-winning British filmmaker, writer and actor who likes to make people laugh. His short films have screened at over 30 festivals across the world, winning the Best World Cinema Short at Phoenix Film Festival, Audience Award at Austin Film Festival, Special Jury and Special Audience Prizes at Aspen Shortsfest 2014, the Grand Jury and Audience Choice Awards at Seattle Shorts and been selected in Best of Fest at Palm Springs Shortfest. He has had 2 TV pilots chosen at the prestigious New York TV Festival and he was longlisted for a Bafta in 2014.
With his passion for comedy, Greg is also the founder of ‘We Like Laughter’ a British sketch collective, and the creator of web series ‘Super Chill’ and ‘Scott’s Lookalikes.’ He is currently developing a number of feature length comedy films for his production company Big Bright Lights. Recently his ‘Bigfoot’ feature script was a Finalist at the Sundance Screenplay Table Read Competition.
In the future Greg would like to be at least partly responsible for world peace. It’s also his dream to have someone someday write his biography for him.