Pallas Picture’s next short is in production. In fact we have a few projects on the go at the moment. But the most likely to be completed first is our Tarantino inspired Dogs of Pulp. After a brilliant first read through of the script which we plan to shoot in one take we can now confirm our talented cast.
At this stage we don’t want to give too much away about Dogs of Pulp but as any discerning cinephile can tell it is underpinned with a Tarantino theme. This theme extends to each character in the short who shares a name with a character from a Tarantino film so:
Vincent is being played by Joshua Hill
Joshua trained at Drama Centre London and graduated in 2013. Joshua’s theatre credits include ‘We are proud to present..’ (Bush), True or False (Arcola), Pink Confetti (The Tabard), Vesper (Old Red Lion). His TV credits include Death in Paradise (Red Planet) Humans (KUDOS), Vera (ITV). And his film credits include ’71 (Warp Films), Pride (Pathé) and most recently starring a long side Tom Hardy and in particular alongside Christopher Eccleston in Legend (Working Title) as Constable Scott.
Clarence is being played Nakay Kpaka
Actor, writer and director Nakay is also a graduate of Drama Centre London. His TV credits include Whitechapel (2012), Grantchester (2014) and most recently in Broadchurch (2012). His film credits include shorts Civvy (2015) and Underexposure (2013).
Hans is being played Ben Woodhall
Also a graduate of Drama Centre London Ben’s early acting career has been dominated by theatre. Appearing in A View from a Bridge (Touring Consortium, 2015), The Cherry Orchard (PK Productions, 2014) and most recently as Jason in Most People are other People (In Tandem, 2015). Film credit’s include short The Prisoners (2014).
And finally Louis is being played by returning Pallas Pictures actor Mat Wernham who starred in our first production Regret and whose bio can be read in our earlier blog here.