GRANTHAM-based law firm JMP Solicitors has invested in a movie which is said to be the UK’s most expensive co-operative-based film ever made.
The movie, ‘A Dark Reflection’ was produced by former British Airways Captain Tristan Loraine under his award winning production banner ‘Fact Not Fiction Films’ and screens at the Cannes Film Festival on 15th May and 19th May.
The film is in the style of ‘Erin Brockovitch’ meets ‘All the Presidents Men’ and tells the story of a chilling conspiracy at the heart of the aviation industry.
JMP Solicitors Managing Director, Ian Howard said “We decided to invest in this film as the issues highlight the serious health and safety concerns from air recirculated into commercial jet engine cabins, an issue which is at the heart of our cabin crew claims service”.
“The firm is representing a number air crew that have worked for British airlines for a number of years and who are consequently at an increased risk of experiencing serious health complications”.
A Dark Reflection stars Rita Ramnani (The Hunt for Gollum), Stephen Tompkinson (Brassed Off & DCI Banks) and Marina Sirtis (Star Trek).
Director and Producer, Tristan Loraine said “A 1000 people helped make this film to expose a serious health and flight safety issue that impacts aviation today. Funding from around the world, including the investment from JMP Solicitors has supported us to screen this film at the Cannes Film Festival.
The firm encourages frequent air passengers, air stewards, air stewardesses and pilots to visit their dedicated website at www.cabincrewclaims.co.uk to become aware of the issues this film highlights and to register their interest in making a claim.