Name: Oliver Chater, Director

Film Name:  The Highwayman

Length of film:  9 mins

Genre:  Period Drama

Synopsis:
A period drama adaptation of Alfred Noyes’ 1906 poem by the same name. The Highwayman is a tragic love story, set in the Georgian period, revolving around three central characters: Bess, the landlord’s daughter, the daring Highwayman, and Tim - the Ostler (stable boy).

Inspiration:
I was inspired to make this film due to my love of classic romantic dramas combined with the daring nature of the Georgian era.

Top 3 Films:
The Adventures of Robin Hood (Curtiz, 1938)
The Last of the Mohicans (Mann, 1992)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Hill, 1969)

And lastly, I don’t have a connection to Mississippi, but I had heard about XFF from friends in the UK!