Synopsis: Essex, present day. Hugh Millais (Joerg Stadler) is a middle aged farmhand who finds
himself caught amidst a flurry of accusations sparked by an encounter with two young
boys near his caravan. These allegations cause him to lose his job and get banned from
the local pub. In a desperate plea to clear his name, he confronts their mother
(Madeleine Dunbar) to find out the source of these rumors.
Madeleine Dunbar (Linda)
Riley Browne (Rory)
John Lynch (Sam)
Luke Birtwell (Rob)
Caravan was produced as a graduation film for the London Film School. As a filmmaker, I have always been fascinated by stories of injustice. Voicing the opinions of outsiders has always been a theme in my work. I was preoccupied by a simple conceit while writing the screenplay: What happens when an innocent man stands accused? And how far will one go to clear their name? The ensemble features such notable talent as Joerg Stadler (Saving Private Ryan) and John Lynch (Night Train). It is a Neo-Western based on true stories from the West Country, England. Shot on 35mm motion picture film on location in Essex and London.
Los Angeles native William Michael Anderson earned his MA from The London Film School in January, 2020. He has been a Finalist at LA Shorts Fest and USA Film Festival, Recipient of Panavision’s ‘New Filmmaker’s Program’ and has had his work selected at a number of Oscar and BAFTA-qualifying festivals.