Dream Big


We're thrilled to unveil our new short film Dream Big, written and directed by Sally A. Edwards and Sarah J. Edwards. Narrated by the great, Chuck D of Public Enemy. Starring BLAG cover star, Harley Sylvester and Introducing the most exiting up-and-coming talents Max Rinehart and Chelsea Edge.
Look out for the second film, Take Me With You starring William Moseley, Chelsea Edge and again narrated by Chuck D.
We recommend watching in HD, just click the wheel and choose your preferred size.
Special thanks to:
The hugely talented crew and team
Fight and Motion Choreography by Five Rings Training
Hair & Make-Up Carolyn Gallyer at CLM
Hair & Make-Up Asst Cecille Hildebrandt at CLM
Thank you for watching
Stay tuned for forthcoming interviews with the cast and making-of photography. 
These films give you a taster of our forthcoming Dreams and Drive project - read more here 

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William Moseley interview

William Moseley leads our Take You With Me film, written and directed by Sally A. Edwards and Sarah J. Edwards. Narrated by Public Enemy's Chuck D and introducing Chelsea Edge...

We first talked about working together years ago and finally made it happen, thank you! What were your initial thoughts on the Take You With Me concept/story when we presented it to you?
"I thought the concept for Take You With Me was very cool. The idea of the white t-shirt is an iconic symbol really dating back from the 50's where we saw James Dean famously grace the screen in Rebel Without A Cause. From then on people have romanticised the idea of the blue jeans and white shirt: the all American look. It is a symbol of freedom, the open road and a chance to break from the suits of society. That is really what interested me and why I trusted Sarah and Sally. Their taste is alway impeccable so I knew we would have something pretty great on our hands.”
Introducing... Chelsea Edge

Introducing new actress, Chelsea Edge who stars in our film, Take You With Me alongside William Moseley...


When did you first decide you wanted to become an actress? 
"Looking back, I guess it was what I always wanted I just didn't know it at the time. I hadn't had much involvement with the arts until I started an amateur dramatics class at 17. It wasn’t until I reached my final year of university that I realised that there was nothing else I wanted to do."

Dream Big | Introducing... Max Rinehart

Introducing... new actor, Max Rinehart who stars in our short, Dream Big alongside Harley Sylvester...

 When did you first decide you wanted to become an actor?

"I got cast in a play at school. I went to the auditions because you got to miss going to class.. or maybe it was rugby – something I wasn't very good at. So I didn't take it seriously...