ANIMATION Short Script: The Samaritan, by Ronnie Henry

3bb1b88380 posterA man learns something extraordinary about himself after a devastating train accident. An office clerk is on his way home from work when the train suddenly derails and crashes. He cauterises the wounds and attempts to get out of the underground whilst leading a young girl who makes him realise his true purpose of living.

 

Writer Biography – Ronnie Henry

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I am a freelancer video producer and photographer who loves film and creating a good story at the same time. My main ambition is to become either a film writer/director/editor because all aspects of media are huge personal passions of mine. This is why I have decided to combine my love for stories and the art medium of film in order to make my own amazing stories. He also runs a in-house production company/service called Fusion Media House productions which specialises in graphics and media.

 

Writer Statement

 

My greatest passion is art as I believe all aspects of the media industry give us the ability to express ourselves in a creative and positive way. The technical and business sides are very appealing as it would enable me to develop a worthwhile career in the entertainment industry. I know the art of filmmaking will demand a lot from me and I believe I can maintain high standards in my work. My aim is to work in the film industry, more specifically directing and editing. I see it as a new media form which is relevant to today’s society and worthy of study.

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