Developed from a short story I wrote some years ago, Virtually Innocent is a short film about Alex, a CGI wiz who makes virtual child pornography in a bid to prevent real children from being hurt.

When his partner in (virtual) crime Holly urges Alex to expand the operation a child turns up dead in identical circumstances to one of his films begging the question, did they incite the crime?

Co-produced by Moore’s Lore Media and Studio Rarekind, with Hollywood DP Jeremy Mackie behind the lens, this disturbing Black Mirror-esque tale is shortly to hit the festival circuit.  In the meantime check out my behind the scenes pics here: