Film

The Rabbit

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A Cornish feature film directed by Mark Jenkin

It’s New Year’s Eve, and Gav (Adam Webster) and Brett (Brett Harvey) – two local boys living in a remote Cornish coastal community – are short of cash. There’s no work and the New Year is looking pretty bleak, but the unexpected arrival of two holiday-makers looks like it could change their fortunes – until the tourists mysteriously vanish, along with a knackered old fishing boat and the local hotel-owner’s prize-winning rabbit…

The Rabbit is the second feature film by Mark Jenkin, made entirely on location in Cornwall using a local cast and crew. The film was produced in association with o-region and received its world premiere at a sell-out event at the Cornwall Film Festival 2004.

Credits

THE SMALL AXE AND O-REGION PRESENT A FILM BY MARK JENKIN
WITH BRETT HARVEY, ADAM WEBSTER, COLIN HOLT, CARL GROSE, SHEILA BEARD, CHARLIE BARNECUT, SUE SAINSBURY, PAUL KENT, SIMON HARVEY, ELLIE PARRETT, & DAN HARVEY
SOUND BY JOHN CROOKS AND STEVE BRETT
EDITED BY MARK JENKIN
CINEMATOGRAPHY BY MARK JENKIN AND HENRY DARKE
MUSIC BY JESENK AND FASTER
PRODUCED BY SIMON HARVEY AND MARK JENKIN
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY MARK JENKIN