All eyes turn to LeadFeather Productions, “Eye of the Beholder”

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Austin, TX. – 03/04/2019 – LeadFeather Productions short film Eye of the Beholder continues to gain international recognition with its selection into the prestigious Lift-Off Global Network Film Festival. This latest festival selection shows that LeadFeather Productions is ready to make an impact in the film industry on a global scale.

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A recently deceased photographer's magnum opus, a work entitled 'Eye of the Beholder,' which propelled him to fame, was also his first piece. The out-of-his-depth artist's life is examined in reverse-chronological order and the impact he has had on society. With powerful performances by Michael Schnick, Amelia Turner and George O’Connor, Eye of the Beholder promises to be a strong contender at every film festival. Remember, “Just as the title suggest, Eye of the Beholder means something unique to everyone”. Written and Directed by Jonny Blackburn and Gary Elmore.

Eye of the Beholder is the first short film produced by LeadFeather Productions since its formation in 2018. Its selection into the Lift-Off Global Network Film Festival is an enormous step in the right direction. Initially a film festival, Lift-Off has grown into being a huge platform for emerging artists. This includes feature film content, shorts, commercial, music video content, animations and experimental arthouse. Headquartered at Pinewood Studios in the UK, Lift-Off is at the heart of the film industry.


Based out of Austin, TX., LeadFeather Productions works to connect with companies to explore their goals and initiatives, providing unique and out of the box execution on creative objectives. We strive to give people a creative outlet to tell their story using all types of media platforms and help them explore humanity through our passion of storytelling and give new perspectives on the world and the people in it.