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 it has unintended consequences that force the pair to question the real impact of their virtual behaviour.

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.

Download the original Virtually Innocent Short Story by Neal Moore and check out the behind the scenes pictures here