SWANSEA JACK

BY LISA DE BENEDICTIS

Under the guidance of Dylan Thomas who is working as a journalist in the South Wales Daily Post, his photograph and heroic rescue appear in the local newspaper and the local council awarded him with a silver collar. Having rescued 27 people from certain death.

GENRE

DRAMA

FUNDING GOAL

$3M

SYNOPSIS

The unbelievable true story of when a Welsh labrador rescued 27 people from drowning

Under the guidance of Dylan Thomas who is working as a journalist in the South Wales Daily Post, his photograph and heroic rescue appear in the local newspaper and the local council awarded him with a silver collar. Having rescued 27 people from the perilous and sprawling North Dock.

OVERVIEW

FILM

PROJECT TYPE

$3M

FUNDING GOAL

1930's

TIME PERIOD

1.5H

EST. DURATION

MAIN CHARACTER

A rebellious and wayward reporter who is looking for his place in life

Image by mahdi chaghari

Meeting almost every day after work discussing an array of topics with his hotchpotch friends (many of whom would later become world-famous artists and poets, like Dylan Thomas himself). From Greta Garbo to the great Stravinsky, these childhood friends would later be remembered fondly as the 'Kardomah Gang'.

WILLIAM THOMAS, 30's

REPORTER

EXTENDED DETAILS

CONCEPT ART