Glory Hunter (2014)

Glory Hunter is a short film about one man's quest for glory, the value of true friendship and the discovery that not everyone who is on his side, is as they seem.


Craig Maclachlan


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Cast overview:
Duncan Airlie James ... Jerry Gallagher
John Gaffney ... Joe McGill
Elanor Miller ... Lyndsay Black
Craig Maclachlan Craig Maclachlan ... Tom Davidson
Waine Turner Waine Turner ... Marco Santana
Martin Burns Martin Burns ... Official
Stephen Mair Stephen Mair ... Jerry's Trainer
Chris Quick ... Santana's Manager
Gage Clawson Gage Clawson ... Doorman
Gary Latto Gary Latto ... Barman


Jerry Gallagher knows its his las chance of world glory. But is his new attractive young, and sexy girlfriend really in love with him, or just what he can do for her. Will he discover the truth in time before his heart it broken? It is down to his old friend and manager Joe McGill to see the truth that he maybe can't.

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Short | Drama

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This short film exemplifies a well written 3 act structure that is character driven in its simplest form.
10 August 2014 | by angiequidimSee all my reviews

This short film exemplifies a well written 3 act structure that is character driven in its simplest form. Fighter Jerry Gallagher has one last shot at the title and everyone is supportive of his efforts including a gorgeous new girlfriend. Manager and best friend Joe has been suspicious of the new love of Jerry's life and sees the impact that she has on him. With a title fight on the horizon and only a few weeks to train, will Joe have the courage to transcend the friendship and help his best buddy out? The film is well written and in a few short minutes you are engrossed in the character and his dilemma. The acting is well done from the lead (played by Duncan Airlie James) all the way down to the villainous female Lyndsay (played by Elanor Miller). The touching interaction and breakdown by Duncan and John in the gym encapsulates the audience in a scene that is so raw. There are certain production issues that reveal the films low budget, such as the low budget sets, but unless you are a nit picky cinephile, the strength of the acting, story and cinematography make up for it.

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Release Date:

2 April 2014 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Glasgow, Scotland, UK


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GBP500 (estimated)
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Insomnia Productions See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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