Steve Brine is supporting two Winchester film-makers who are pulling out all the stops to get to Cannes 2012.
Jake Hawkins and Andy Phelps have made Zombie Resurrection, a low-budget British horror movie, following both of them being laid off from their jobs last year.
Speaking to Steve, Jake said: "Although it has been incredibly hard work, we are finally in the end game of getting the movie ready for Cannes in May 2012 and are looking to raise the final lump of cash to get us through our post production.
"We have painstakingly put together an amazing post-team including sound designers, on-line editor, art designer and a visual fx team of freelancers who have worked on films such as Avatar, Sherlock Holmes and Stardust."
Andy continued: "Since getting laid off in the beginning of 2011, Jake and I have spent the last year planning, raising finance, finding an exceptional cast and crew and finally shooting our low-budget British horror movie, Zombie Resurrection.
"It's an extraordinary life-changing experience; proof that with passion and tenacity you can turn bad luck into a rare opportunity to fall upwards."
Steve added: "This is a really great local story, and testament to all their hard work that they have made it this far. I'm more than happy to support the guys here and wish them all the best in their journey."
If you are over 18, you can find out more via their IndieGoGo campaign at http://www.indiegogo.com/Zombie-Resurrection-1.
You can also watch the 18+ rated trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEZhPcim914.
Visit their own website at www.charmed-apocalypse.com.