The Knight Train | A Short Film by Tasha Sharp & Lee Scott




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Published on Jan 27, 2015

Set in a modern day, New Zealand model store, The Knight Train shows the relationships that can exist between people of different generations with the right catalyst.
Becky, an eleven year old daughter of single father Danny, spends her holidays and weekends at Danny’s model store bored, with only her phone for company. Two elderly gentlemen, Albert and Toby, are regular customers who are often found playing chess in the store. When Becky’s cellphone unexpectedly breaks, Albert and Toby introduce Becky to the world of chess with unexpected results.

The Knight Train was a passion project for all involved, who gave their time and resources for free to help bring the film to life on a shoestring budget.

The film has had success by getting screened at international festivals in America, Brazil, Italy and its world premiere in Scotland.

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