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Awaiting - Exclusive First Production StillsLast week we told you that Mark Murphy is currently at work on his second feature, a twisted vision entitled Awaiting, and today we have the first images from the set. The movie stars Tony Curran and Diana Vickers and began filming on June 22.

Awaiting was written and directed by Murphy and, along with Curran and Vickers, stars Rupert Hill, Sophie Lovell Anderson, Peter Woodward, and Charley McDougall. The UK film will shoot for four weeks, wrapping at the end of July.

For more info visit the official Awaiting Facebook page.

About Awaiting
Green Screen Productions, in co-production with Solar Productions, presents Mark Murphy’s second feature, Awaiting, a psychological thriller starring Tony Curran (Underworld: Evolution, Gladiator) and “X Factor” finalist Diana Vickers (Little Voice, Give Out Girls).

Awaiting is an engaging journey of introspection into the depths of human nature and the capabilities of twisted minds. The plot follows Morris (Curran), a recluse with psychotic tendencies, whose life changes when his innocent daughter (Vickers) rescues one of his victims and befriends him. Jake (Hill), an ordinary businessman, soon realizes that he is stranded, and his presence in the house gradually reveals unexpected and dark mysteries from the past.

Murphy previously said of the film, “We have a strong script, a blisteringly talented cast, and a crew at the top of their game. I have no doubt we’re going to deliver a film which will appeal to cinema goers globally.”

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