Darren Jamieson

Inside – A Social Film Experience

July 19, 2011

Darren Jamieson

Have you ever wanted to appear in a movie, a proper movie? Most film fans will be shouting out loud and proud right now a definite YES! Well, if that is the case you’ll be interested in ‘Inside – A Social Film Experience’, where the filmmakers are looking for people to participate in this engrossing horror movie.

Confused? Fear not, all will be explained. Film director DJ Coruso, responsible for the horror/thriller ‘Disturbia’, with Shia LaBeouf, is directing this social film with the backing of technology giants Toshiba and Intel. The film itself is a new genre all of its own, and will utilise Hollywood techniques with cutting edge technology to create a ‘live’ film experience where other cast members, possibly you, can participate over the Internet via the medium of social media.

By using social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube you others will be able to assist lead actress Emmy Rossum in her battle for survival, as she has only her laptop and an Internet connection to help her survive.

The film event of the decade begins on July 25th, and you can find out more from the official website here, or by watching the trailer below.

As well as Emmy, one of the stars of the film is the new Toshiba laptop, with an Intel Core i7 Processor. On the official site for the film you can also find out more about this laptop, and just why it will help Emmy survive ‘Inside’.

Darren has enjoyed an interest in film for many years, studying the subject at Newport Film School where he worked on the film ‘Cop on the Edge IX: Prelude to Justice‘ in a directing and acting capacity. The official site can be enjoyed here. Darren setup WhatDVD.Net in 2003 to further his love of films and to write passionately about the movies he enjoys, and about those that he doesn’t.

Although his day-to-day activities mean that he now has less time to review movies than he would ideally prefer, he still tries to review new releases, and DVDs from his extensive collection, whenever possible.
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