Titanic Love

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Titanic Love
Directed byMark Pressdee
Produced byMark Pressdee
StarringAlex Edwardson, Susannah Felicty Wells, Loxley Loga, Ryan Mcken
Music byMark Lynall
Release date
14 April 2012
Running time
23 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Titanic Love is a British romantic comedy short film directed by Mark Pressdee. [1] [2] It was filmed in and around Birmingham city centre. [3] [4] [5]




In October 2011 a cast and crew of about 30 people collaborated to produce the film. [6] The film was shot in various historical and local areas of Birmingham, UK. [7] Titanic Love went into post-production at the University of Birmingham in November 2011. [8]

A preliminary version was produced and shown at the Stoke Your Fires Festival on Valentine's Day 2012. [9] After additional editing, the film was sent to Los Angeles, where the music was produced by Mark Lynall. [10]

The film was then continually shown throughout the summer of 2012 in places such as The Mac in Birmingham.

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