Siren ThunderclapTo promote the imminent ONLINE RELEASE of SIREN on Friday 27 May we are running a Thunderclap campaign.

Thunderclap is a sort of “crowdspeaking” platform which means people pledge their support by donating a tweet and/or facebook status, something that is completely free and doesn’t cost anyone a penny!

“I support the online release of Siren #ShortFilm #LGBT #IndieFilm #SirenOnlineRelease – Go watch it now for free:”

As its a difficult to thing to explain here are a couple of FAQ’a below, more can be read here.

What is Thunderclap?
Thunderclap is a tool that lets a message be heard when you and your friends say it together. Think of it as an “online flash mob.” Join a Thunderclap, and you and others will share the same message at the same time, spreading an idea through Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr that cannot be ignored.

What exactly am I agreeing to when I authorize my Facebook or Twitter account?
You’re allowing Thunderclap to share a single message on your behalf. This is only the case when you click the button on the campaign page to support with Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr. After the campaign is complete, we won’t post any additional messages.

To support SIREN on Thunderclap go to:

More about SIREN at

Siren selected for LSFF 2015

Dead Flower Productions are very excited and proud to announce that Siren has been selected for the 12th London Short Film Festival!

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The screening will take place at Hackney Attic on Sunday 11 January 2015 @ 2:30pm
Tickets costs £10

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UK Festival Premier at Iris Prize

In Cardiff

Iris Prize Festival

This weekend we were delighted to premier Siren at the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff, and proud to tell you it went down really well and we received lots of positive feedback about the film.

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Louise Marie Cooke // Writer & Director

Meet the crew Q&A

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What made you want to direct?
I’ve aways loved telling stories, I was always writing when I was younger, and then I watched The Virgin Suicides when I was deciding what to study at university and I just fell in love with the idea of telling stories visually, on screen.

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