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A BIT MORE TO THE RIGHT

Whilst browsing for hotels on the internet, Janice and Michael come across a site with webcam access into a hotel room. They are shocked to discover a middle-aged couple staying in the room. The couple can hear them and are only too pleased to answer Janice and Michael's questions.

Booking a hotel will never be the same again.

'A Bit More To The Right' (2012) was written by Vanessa Chapman, and together Stacey and Vanessa co-produced it for the 2012 '2 Days Laughter' short film competition; where it was shortlisted for the final. Unfortunately on the final night it wasn't meant to be, but not to be outdone, the duo are already thinking of how to blow the competition out of the water with their next entry! Music was provided by Neil Aplin, and in addition to co-producing, Stacey also served as Director, Camera Operator and Editor. 

 A Bit More To The Right

(Filmed and edited by Morganic Films)

 A Bit More To The Right - The Blooper Real!

A collection of the best mistakes, flubs and hilarious breakdowns during the shooting of A Bit More To The Right!

(Filmed and edited by Morganic Films)

ALEX CARSON AND THE CITY FOR RANSOM

EPISODE VII: THE CLOCK IS TICKING

'Alex Carson and the City for Ransom' (2009) is a modernised urban serial adventure story, set in the style of a Republic Serial. The brainchild and labour of love of Ashley Jones and Stacey V. Morgan, it was submitted as their final practical assignment during their third year at university.


'Episode VII: The Clock is Ticking' follows the ongoing mission of government agent Alex Carson as he attempts to retrieve stolen equipment, and rescue Agent Amy Welles from the hands of Black Seneca Inc. and their evil leader Blake Ledgerwood, before London is destroyed.

Part One

Part Two

Alex Carson DVD Special Features

First up are The Bloopers

Several priceless moments captured in all their glory; always a great edition to any DVD!

 Next up is The Alex Carson Ballet.

Whilst I was editing the film I noticed that there was an awful lot of flailing around going on, and decided to showcase it in a carefully crafted montage!

The Alex Carson Ballet