Director Adam Spinks takes us into ‘The Encounter At Boundless’ which you can view now. ( @adspads )

A terrifying late night encounter in a remote national forest provides the setting in indie monster movie ‘The Encounter At Boundless’,which you can view now.

The Encounter At Boundless tells the story of a Father and his estranged children as they spend a weekend away together to try to heal old wounds and find some common ground but as the day shifts into night, it becomes clear that something else is out here in this forest with them… something monstrous.

The film stars Adrian Annis (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) and Winston Ellis (The Dark Knight, Pirates Of The Caribbean) alongside Ashley Oliver, and newcomers Kyla Heselton and Nathan Horrod and was produced entirely during the COVID19 pandemic over the last 12 months.

‘Making any film is difficult’ says Producer, Natasha Branson, ‘but making a film during a pandemic, during the period right before restrictions really started to ramp back up late last year was a challenge to say the very least…’ ‘I feel like right now is the time for escapism. We’ve been experiencing some extremely difficult times in the last year or so, so when Thérésa Hedges and I started writing the script, it was all about the adventure…’ explains Director Adam Spinks, ‘so for me it was about asking how we can take the audience somewhere new and help to zone out the news and all of that stuff even for a few minutes’

The Encounter At Boundless is produced by Initiative Motion Pictures, Mordue Pictures and Copper Productions and you can find the film on social media at:

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