A retail corporation called Infinity take over a small town through an advertising campaign where posters called Miss Infinity come alive and sell their products to unsuspecting customers.

  • Gideon Blackman
  • Gideon Blackman
  • Carlo Saccenti
  • Gideon Blackman
  • Tania Seron
    Key Cast
  • Alexander Nathan
    Key Cast
  • Gideon Blackman
    Key Cast
  • Joseph Loughrell
    Key Cast
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  • Genres:
    Sci Fi, Satire
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    March 1, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    1,900 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • 2015 Portobello Film Festival
    September 12, 2015
    Official Selection
  • 2015 Portobello Film Festival
    London, UK.
    Nominated for Best Science Fiction short film.
  • 2015 Blackbird Film Festival
    New York
    December 16, 2015
    Official Selection
  • 2016 Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Film Festival
  • 2016 Wiper Film Festival
    New York
    Official Selection
  • 2016 Goldensun Short Film Festival
    Nominated for best short film.
  • 2016 Luma Bean Film Festival
    St Louis, USA.
    Nomination- Best Short Film.
  • 2016 TIF Video Challenge

    Official Selection
  • 2016 International Open Film Festival

    June 10, 2016
  • 2016 Ekurhuleni International Film Festival

    As part of Four Corners Short.
  • 2016 Indie Wise Film Festival
    New York
    United States
    Official Selection
  • 2016 Tuzla Film Festival
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 2017 Limelight Film Awards

    United Kingdom
    Nominated for Best Short Film
Director Biography - Gideon Blackman

Born in Middlesex London, Gideon graduated in 2008 at the International Film School of Paris. He has since directed four short films (Until Death do us Part, It’s No Game, Memorial and Infinity) all of which have gained critical success throughout the indie circuit.

Until Death do us Part was selected for the 2014 American Online Film Festival as well a being a selected finalist for the 2014 International Film Festival of Wales.

His third short film Memorial won the March 2014 short film competition for the prestigious website shooting people. It was also screened at the 2014 Portobello Film Festival and gained a special mention at a 2014 Industry Avenue Event in London. It was also recently screened in November 2015's Exploding Cinema Event.

Blackman's last short, the sci fi satire Infinity was screened at the 2015 Portobello Film Festival, being nominated for best Science Fiction Film. It also received a special invitation for the 2016 Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Fantasy Film Festival. It was screened at the 2016 Golden Sun Film Festival in Malta, as well as the 2015 Blackbird Film Festival and 2016 Wiper Film Festival's, both in New York. Most recently it has been selected for the Luma Bean Film Festival in St Louis, USA and 2016 TIF Video Challenge, Cyprus and a selected finalist for The 2016 International Open Film Festival, Bangladesh and a Finalist for the 2016 Tuzla Film Festival, Bosnia. Infinity was also nominated for best short film at the 2017 Limelight Film Awards as well as being selected for both the 2017 Ruby Tuesday Short Film Festival and 2017 Flyde Film Showcases, all in the UK.

Blackman also completed his first documentary feature, Four Corners Short, which documents the film making process for his short films, Until Death do us Part, It's No Game, Memorial and Infinity. It has already been selected for the 2016 Wiper Film Festival in New York, USA, 2016 Ekurhuleni International Film Festival in South Africa as well as being a finalist for the 2016 Industry Boost competition and nominated for best Feature Film at the 2017 Amazon Underground Film Festival in Portugal.

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Director Statement

I don't think a few years ago I would have had the confidence or even know how to Produce and Direct something like this. Although, the shortest short I have Directed after the previous three, I feel it is one of the most ambitious I have done so far.

The idea mainly came from looking at a poster one day and imagining what might happen if it came to life. I called in Carlo Saccenti (Who had written my previous short Memorial) and he wrote a draft or two before I was soon able to create an Orwellian/Brave New World style universe in the film which to be honest didn't properly take shape until the editing and sound mixing of the short.

I wanted to give the short a little campy/not too serious feel to it as I feel this helps Infinity stand out differently to other short films out there.

I would like again to thank all those who helped with this project. Names are below...

Carlo Saccenti, Joseph Loughrell, Natasha Markou, Tania Seron, Alexander Nathan, Kate Ross, Joe Addison, Simon Oldham, William Pleasant, Kasra Karimi, Patrice Harris... And of course my Mum!!!