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SYnopsis COLLIDER is the story of six strangers mysteriously transported to the year 2018, a post-apocalyptic future wasteland, ravaged by natural disasters, in which they must come together to discover how to return to the present and save mankind from extinction.

What would you do if you could travel back in time? (short version) When a scientific experiment goes wrong, mankind is on the verge of extinction and the world faces its darkest hour. Mysteriously transported to a post-apocalyptic future, six people need to find a way to get back to the present and save mankind - and their own lives. In the year 2018, the planet collapses due to natural disaster and the appearance of a mutant species called “The Unknown”. Unaware of time and space, the six survivors, driven by Peter Ansay, a young genius in quantum physics will have to join forces to reactivate the COLLIDER and go back in time and avoid the apocalypse. But it will not be an easy journey: within less than 24 hours, the gate will close for good…

What would you do if you could travel back in time? (medium version) COLLIDER is a science-fiction motion picture inspired by the universe and the graphic novel of the same name created by award-winning and Emmy-nominated writer-producer Nuno Bernardo (Sofia’s Diary, Beat Girl, Final Punishment), depicting the last 24 hours of a group of six characters trapped on the CERN campus in the year 2018. They are our last hope to avoid certain destruction of the world. Mysteriously transported to a post-apocalyptic future, Peter, Luke, Alisha, Carlos, Lucia and Fiona need to find a way to get back to the present and save mankind - and their own lives. In the year 2018, the planet collapses due to natural disaster and the appearance of a mutant species called “The Unknown”. The air outside is unbreathable and the only path is through the labyrinth of underground tunnels connecting the CERN campus. Meanwhile, ‘The Unknown’ watch from the shadows, waiting for their chance to attack the survivors. But the main threat however comes from within the group. With different personalities and motivations, the survivors needlessly complicate the mission along the way. Not everyone agrees on how best to use the COLLIDER. The clock is ticking and humanity’s salvation is hanging by a tread. In a race against time, the survivors will discover the terrible truth behind the COLLIDER experiment while trying to change the time line continuum itself, before all is lost forever… COLLIDER features Iain Robertson (Basic Instinct 2, Plunkett & Macleane, The Contractor, Band of Brothers) and Lucy Cudden (Pulp, Judas Ghost, Afterlife) and was directed by Jason Butler (Republic of Telly, The Rubberbandits). Frost Magazine described COLLIDER as “Edge-of-your-seat action”, while ICN referred that COLLIDER has “Impeccable pacing and suspense”.

What would you do if you could travel back in time? (long version) COLLIDER is a science-fiction motion picture inspired by the universe and the graphic novel of the same name created by award-winning and Emmy-nominated writer-producer Nuno Bernardo (Sofia’s Diary, Beat Girl, Final Punishment), depicting the last 24 hours of a group of six characters trapped on the CERN campus in the year 2018. They are our last hope to avoid certain destruction of the world.

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Mysteriously transported to a post-apocalyptic future, Peter, Luke, Alisha, Carlos, Lucia and Fiona need to find a way to get back to the present and save mankind - and their own lives. In the year 2018, the planet collapses due to natural disaster and the appearance of a mutant species called “The Unknown”. The air outside is unbreathable and the only path is through the labyrinth of underground tunnels connecting the CERN campus. The action in COLLIDER goes down in Geneva, in Switzerland, on a location that once was the CERN campus, where the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest particle accelerator, is located. Being unfamiliar with this new world that surrounds them, the six survivors from different countries and periods of time, are immediately confronted with a reality they are unable to understand. When Peter explains that the humans are extinct, and that they face the same destiny, if they don’t react quickly, the group starts to define an action plan. The group must work together to reactivate the COLLIDER and use it to travel back through time and save mankind. But it will not be easy. In less than 24 hours the gate of time will close for good. Meanwhile, ‘The Unknown’ watch from the shadows, waiting for their chance to attack the survivors. But the main threat however comes from within the group. With different personalities and motivations, the survivors needlessly complicate the mission along the way. Not everyone agrees on how best to use the time machine. COLLIDER features Iain Robertson (Basic Instinct 2, Plunkett & Macleane, The Contractor, Band of Brothers) and Lucy Cudden (Pulp, Judas Ghost, Afterlife) and was directed by Jason Butler (Republic of Telly, The Rubberbandits). The movie is complemented by two mobile Apps (iOS and Android), a series of 6 comic books, a graphic Novel (already on sale in the UK) and a full social media experience. CONTENT MEDIA is handling international sales. COLLIDER combines traditional sci-fi themes with an action packed story, with elements of drama and romance. The setting is a post-apocalyptic future world with an uninhabitable atmosphere and terrifying creatures that wait in the dark, time travel and a lone group of survivors as humanity’s last hope for redemption. Unusually for an independent multiplatform series, COLLIDER has over 70 digital visual effects, including scenery reconstructions and scenes entirely generated on computer (CGI). The battle for survival begins now!

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The film What would you do if you could travel back in time? In the year 2012, a scientist named Peter Ansay breaks into the CERN laboratory to sabotage an experiment with the Large Hadron Collider to simulate the first moments of the universe. But something goes terribly wrong and he is transported to the year 2018, in a world now destroyed by natural disasters. Peter wakes up in an abandoned hotel with the strange feeling that he has been here before. The atmosphere outside is uninhabitable and lying in wait are The Unknown, a race of terrifying mutants who prey on those foolish enough to wander into the shadows. Peter soon discovers that in humanity’s search for answers concerning creation, it has doomed itself to extinction. COLLIDER is a science-fiction film inspired by the universe and the comic book of the same name created by Nuno Bernardo, depicting the last 24 hours of a group of six characters trapped on the CERN campus in the year 2018. They are our last hope to avoid certain destruction of the world. The action in COLLIDER goes down in Geneva, on what was once the CERN campus, location of the world’s largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider. Unfamiliar with the destroyed world which surrounds them, six survivors are bound together and confronted with an alternate reality they are unable to understand. When Peter explains that the human species of this world is now extinct, and that the same fate awaits them if they do not come together, the group puts a plan into action. They must work together to reactivate the COLLIDER and use it to travel back through time and save humanity. But it will not be easy. In less than 24 hours the gate of time will close for good. The air outside is unbreathable and the only path is through the labyrinth of underground tunnels connecting the CERN campus. Meanwhile, The Unknown watch from the shadows, waiting for their chance to attack the survivors. But the main threat comes from within the group. Clashing personalities and motivations needlessly complicate the mission along the way. Not everyone agrees on how best to use the COLLIDER. The clock is ticking and humanity’s salvation is hanging by a tread. In a race against time, the survivors will discover the terrible truth behind the COLLIDER experiment while trying to change the time line continuum itself, before all is lost forever… Unusually for an independent low-budget film, COLLIDER has over 70 digital effects, including scenery reconstructions and scenes entirely generated on computer (CGI). Supervised by Sérgio Azevedo, the special effects include the recreation of the CERN campus, a scene with flooded campus tunnels and the design of the creatures, The Unknown. COLLIDER is an international film in concept and production. The story, set in Geneva, brings together characters from 5 different countries: United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil, Spain, and the USA, gathering English and Portuguese actors, with an Irish director and a crew made up of English, Finnish, Irish, Italians, Polish and Portuguese. The film is set for world premiere on October 15th in London, within the Power to the Pixel competition, an event parallel to the BFI London Film Festival, and is set for premiere in the Portuguese cinemas on November 14th 2013. In January 2014, the film will play in the United Kingdom and Ireland, simultaneously with the premiere in the USA. In the final credits, the film includes the names of the 100 major COLLIDER fans, selected from each country, where the film will be seen, through the crowd marketing campaign ‘COLLIDER Movement’ (www. facebook/colliderworld). This campaign rewards the fans that stand out in the tasks that include sharing and promotion of this independent production.

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COLLIDER combines traditional science-fiction and action, with elements of drama and romance. The setting is a post-apocalyptic future world with an uninhabitable atmosphere and terrifying creatures that wait in the dark, time travel and a lone group of survivors as humanity’s last hope for redemption. Starring the Portuguese actors Marco Costa and Teresa Tavares, this film, which the magazine Frost described as “Action that will glue you to your chair”, while ICN referred to COLLIDER as “Rhythm and suspense”. COLLIDER received financial support from the Irish Government as well as from FICA, Investment Fund for Cinema and Audiovisual in Portugal. The international distribution is coordinated by Content.

The battle for survival begins now!

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Cast Biographies Iain Robertson plays PETER Iain was born in Glasgow in 1981. He was guest starring in shows such as Kavanagh QC, Rebus, Rab C Nesbitt, Silent Witness, A Mugs Game and Band of Brothers and got an BAFTA award for his role as Lex in Gillies and Billy Mackinnon’d Small Faces. He worked in several theatre productions, including ‘The Mysteries’, ‘The Good Hope’, ‘The Winters Tale’ and ‘The Tempest’. Iain is best known for his role on BBC Scotland’s hit paranormal series ‘Sea of Souls’ where he starred as Craig Stevenson alongside Bill Paterson (who he worked with before on “The Match”) and Dawn Steele (who he worked with on “The Slab Boys”). He featured in the Glasgow Citizens Theatre ‘Love will tear us Apart’, as Romeo in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and Leonardo in ‘Blood Wedding’. He starred in the film ‘The Shooter’ with Wesley Snipes, Charles Dance, Ralph Brown and Lena Heady. He got glowing reports for his role as Robert Burns in “Alex Salmond’s Burns Supper” the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns in 2009. He has taken over from Andrew Farlie as Nesbitts son Gash in the new series of Rab C. Nesbit after doing a great job as Gil-Martin in Confessions of a Justified Sinner at The Royal Lyceum Theatre (16 Oct - 7 Nov 2009). In 2012 Iain appeared in Acts of Godfrey and DCI Banks as well as in the Collider Web series, which was shot in Lisbon.

Marco Costa plays Carlos Marco Costa is an actor who has appeared on stage and on screen in both Portugal and the UK. At the age of 22 he began his formal training in drama, completing his first course at InImpetus, followed by additional drama study at Universidade Moderna, both in Portugal. After completing one year at Universidade Moderna, he successfully auditioned for the role of Joca in Amanhecer, his first TV role. From that point on, he continued to work in tv, film, theatre and voice overs in Portugal, and completed his diploma from Universidade Moderna in 2004. His most notable credits on tv include John in Morangos com Açúcar, Carlos in Aqui Não Há Quem Viva, and Bruno in Jura, and on stage as Bernardo in Pijama para Seis, Afonso in 1755 – O Grande Terramoto, and Peregrino in Amor de Longe, all of which allowed him to work with some of the most established and acclaimed actors in the country. In 2008, he moved to London to start a 3-year B.A. course in Drama at Italia Conti. While in London, he appeared on stage as Ezekiel Cheever in The Crucible, Bill in Hotel Baltimore, and Mario Batone in They Shoot Horses. Upon graduation from Italia Conti, he returned to Portugal where, in 2012, he starred in the long-running play Hamlet da Silva at Teatro Estúdio Mário Viegas.

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Teresa Tavares plays Lucia Teresa Tavares trained at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, in Lisbon. She did the 4 Week Shakespeare Course at LAMDA – The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, in London, and did workshops with Robert Castle, Marcia Haufrecht (The Method), João Canijo (Acting), Meg Stuart (Improvisation), João Mota (Theatre), Jurij Alschitz (Imagination). In Theatre she started working with Inestética Companhia Teatral, directed by Alexandre Lyra Leite. Afterwards, she worked with Nuno M. Cardoso playing Lessing’s Emilia Galotti; Schiller’s Mary Stuart; Falk Richter’s Nothing Hurts and the performance All Wanted (Fernando Pessoa’s texts). Isabel Medina directed her in Tchekov’s Uncle Vanya, Daniel Gorjão in um dia dancei SÓ dancei um dia and Rita Lello in her lecture of Musset’s On ne badine pas avec l’amour. With Álvaro Correia, she played Beckett in AoLongeAlémAliMesmo. Directed by João Canijo she played Bergman’s Persona and E ele inquieto busca a tempestade, como se na tempestade houvesse paz, a version of Tchékov’s Three Sisters. In Cinema, she filmed with João Canijo (Blood of my Blood); Werner Schroeter (That Night); Mark Heller (Star Crossed); Fernando Lopes (Os Sorrisos do Destino); Patricia Plattner (Bazar); Maxim Dierickx (Abrigo), Ana Rocha (With minha Alma and You), among others. In television, she has taken part in several productions in Portugal such as: Laços de Sangue; Pai à Força; Os Serranos; Nome de Código: Sintra, among others.

JAMIE MACLACHLAN plays LUKE Jamie has had a very varied career as an actor, in all kind of media. His most remarkable performance has been the lead role in the EMMY nominated television movie ‘Four Minutes’, alongside Christopher Plummer. For his performance Jamie was nominated for an EMMY. Other TV credits include Wolfblood, Waking the Dead, Surviving Disasters (all for BBC), Dark Matters: Twisted But True (Discovery Channel), Mad Dogs (SKY), The Bill (ITV), The Dambusters (Channel 4), and Shirasu Jiro (NHK Japan). Films include Tezz, Footsteps, The Missing Day, and Nothing Comes to Mind. Jamie’s background is originally in Theatre. His many Theatre credits include playing the title role in Macbeth to critical acclaim. Other Theatre include Good, Coriolanus, Much ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night. He has also been an original cast member in numerous new writing including Whispering Happiness, Fuchsia, Billy Fiske King of Speed, and The Water is no Place to Play. Jamie currently divides his time between the UK and the States.

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Lucy Cudden plays Fiona Lucy Cudden trained at Central School of Speech and Drama. On graduating her debut stage role was in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ for the Birmingham REP under the direction of Bill Bryden and since then she has performed with many theatre companies including Red Shift Theatre Company, The Factory, and the National Theatre under the direction of Rupert Goold. Most recently, Lucy played the lead role of Marian Holcombe in the No.1 UK tour of ‘The Woman in White’ to great acclaim. Lucy has also worked in TV and Film, playing a regular in the BBC series ‘The Wrong Door’, directed by one of Britain’s most exciting emerging film directors, Ben Wheatley (Sightseers, Kill List, Down Terrace), and various guest leads in other television shows. Lucy’s debut feature film was playing the lead opposite Simon Callow in the film Chemical Wedding, co-written by Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden and directed by Julian Doyle (Time Bandits, Monty Python). Lucy also appeared in Wounded, which won Best Feature at the Marbella International Film Festival 2011 and the London Independent Film Festival 2011 and she also plays the female lead in the internet sensation Pulp – Pulp has been nominated for the London Comedy Film Festival Discovery Award and is due for release in early 2013. Most recently Lucy played the female lead in Judas Ghost the feature film by acclaimed sci-fi/ horror writer Simon R. Green. Judas Ghost is also due for release in 2013.

Bella Heesom plays Alisha Bella trained at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Bella recently played the lead characters Mia in ‘SexLife’ by award-winning writer Kefi Chadwick and A in ‘69’ by Leo Butler, one of Britain’s most acclaimed and controversial contemporary playwrights (Royal Court, RSC); two short plays performed at the ground-breaking new pop-up theatre venue: PEEP, to critical acclaim. Bella also played Zainab Zahiri in ‘Mathematics of the Heart’, which won Best New Play at the Brighton Fringe and transferred to Theatre 503, London. Short film work includes playing Gertrude in ‘Eastward Ho!’ for ‘Shakespeare’s London Theatres’, a series of films with Illuminations Media, and the lead role, Emma in ‘My Imprisoned Heart’, shot in 10 different cities around the UK as part of Make Your Mark in Film. Whilst training, Bella played a wide range of roles, including Elizabeth Baker in ‘New England’, Portia in ‘The Merchant Of Venice’, and Masha in ‘The Seagull’. She toured Italy as Gwendolen in ‘The Importance of Being Ernest’, and played Donna in ‘Days of Significance’ by Roy Williams, who personally complemented her performance. Bella also co-devised a new piece of theatre based on a philosophical work: ‘I Am A Strange Loop’. Collider is Bella’s first role in a feature film.

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Key Crew Biographies DIRECTOR – JASON BUTLER Jason Butler is an Irish award winning director and writer. In 2007 he graduated as a video and film director from the National Film School of Ireland. In 2009, Jason received the Young Director Award at the prestigious Kinsale Sharks awards for commercials in Ireland. COLLIDER is his first film. He worked on three series, as well as on more than twenty episodes of the successful series for RTE 2 with the comedy series Republic of Telly. Jason wrote, directed and edited the famous sketches of this series. He also directed the video clip of the Rubberbandits’ music “I Like to Shift Girls”, which was viewed more than 750 thousand times on You Tube. In 2002, he won the Oscar Moore Prize in the category New European Screenwriting, the most prestigious European award of its kind. “BUTCHERS” was his first incursion in the digital world, an on-line comedy series brought by RTE, which he co-wrote and directed. His short films have been presented at several international festivals, such as Clermont-Ferrand, Galway, Cork, Sitges, Santiago de Compostela, Helsinki.

SCREENWRITER AND PRODUCER

- NUNO BERNARDO

Nuno Bernardo is an award winning and Emmy nominated writer, producer and creator of the world’s first international interactive online teen series, Sofia’s Diary. A pioneering voice in the field of transmedia storytelling, he has written many articles on new technology and digital media and is the author of The Producer’s Guide To Transmedia. In 2003, Nuno founded beActive, a transmedia production company dedicated to producing television, cinema and multi-platform content. His first interactive series, Diario de Sofia was originally broadcast on RTP (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal) and later exported to more than 30 countries in partnership with Sony Pictures Television. In 2012, Nuno made his English cinema debut with the romantic comedy The Knot, starring Noel Clarke and Mena Suvari. An Executive Producer in two primetime TV series, The Weight with Linda Hamilton and Living In Your Car, a sitcom he produced for HBO, Nuno has received several international nominations and awards including two Kidscreen Awards, (New York) and an Emmy nomination for the series Final Punishment filmed in Brazil. In May 2013, beActive launched the film Beat Girl simultaneously in Portugal, England and Ireland. As writer and producer, COLLIDER is Nuno’s latest multiplatform project, with the feature length film COLLIDER premiering in Portugal in November 2013 and in England, Ireland and USA in January 2014.

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PRODUCER

- TRIONA CAMPBELL

Triona Campbell is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and a founder and director of BeActive International. The company is a leading transmedia storyteller – creating and monetizing content for multiple platforms with over a decade of experience. Recent feature film credits include Co-producing of THE KNOT featuring Mena Suvari and Noel Clarke, released through Universal in the UK and Ireland (2012) and the Producing sci-fi time traveling drama COLLIDER distributed by Content Film International (2012). Recent TV series credits include MERCADOS DO MINHA TERRA - 60 TV half hours for FOX 24 hour kitchen Portugal (2012). THE CLUB – a look inside women’s GAA for Setanta Sports and The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (2012). YES I CAN – an inspirational look at disabled people taking on extreme sports for Setanta Sports and The Broad Casting Authority of Ireland (2011). Producer of cross platform factual series THE ROAD TO REVOLUTION and 350 SOUTH (both of which started on line and transferred to Television). The award winning AISLINGS DIARY series 1 and series 2 and Holiday Special for RTE (2008-2009) which won back to back kidscreen awards for best teen drama in NY and producing the groundbreaking SOFIA’s DIARY UK series 1, 2 and 3 for Sony Pictures and Television in London. (2008-2009), the first teen drama series to successfully cross from on-line to television. In 2010 Triona was Nominee for the International Digital Emmy Awards (for the multiplatform horror series “FINAL PUNISHMENT” - shot in Brazil for Oi telecommunication). While in 2010 & 2011 she was Winner of the Kidscreen Award with multi platform series AISLING’s DIARY’s produced with RTE and sold to ABC Australia.

PRODUCER – JOHN MCDONNELL John McDonnell is co-owner of Fantastic Films with Brendan McCarthy and oversees all aspects of production and post-production of the company’s slate as well as co-production opportunities. As one of Ireland’s leading practitioners, John has produced a significant number of films and has received over 50 international awards, including an Oscar™ for Best Live Action Short in 2006 for Martin McDonagh’s, SIX SHOOTER. Current projects include the award-winning STITCHES, directed by Conor McMahon and starring Ross Noble, LAST DAYS ON MARS, directed by Ruairi Robinson and starring Liev Schreiber and EK THA TIGER, the highly anticipated Bollywood film which recently broke all Bollywood records in its opening few weeks. John has recently executive produced THE SUMMIT written by Mark Monroe (The Cove) and directed by Nick Ryan, SONGS FOR AMY directed by Konrad Begg, and BEAT GIRL a transmedia series, available on several platforms, including TV, the web, smart phone app, a comic book and a novel.

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The Graphic Novel COLLIDER: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL is the compilation of the six comic books initially published in the summer of 2012 by beActive to introduce the six characters of the COLLIDER universe: Peter, Luke, Lucia, Alisha, Carlos and Fiona. Each comic book features the background of each character before they wake up in the abandoned hotel at the CERN campus in 2018 (the moment where the COLLIDER feature begins). Twelve artists were involved in the making of the graphic novel over a period of ten months. The original comic books were on TOP5 at the prestigious COMICS PLUS online store in the USA and were later transformed into motion comics broadcast on YouTube, reaching an audience of 200,000 people. Recently these motion comics were exhibited at the Galway International Film Festival. The COLLIDER Graphic Novel was created by Mike Garley, based on the characters and universe developed by Nuno Bernardo. Mike is a writer of comics, games, screenplays and other such cool stuff. He has written for comic and book publisher Titan Publishing, and game developers Wickedy Splits, and Masters of Pie. Mike is also Editor-in-Chief of the Dead Roots comic anthology and VS Comics, as well as being the proud winner of numerous awards. The Graphic Novel presents six personalised stories that converge on a central plot. Each chapter tells the story of one central figure as they wake up in the year 2018 and encounter the other five characters. As the reader moves through each story we gain valuable insight into the character’s plight and psychology without losing sight of the overall plot. As we converge on the central story there is just enough shift of graphical and emotional perspective to maintain interest and avoid repetition. Whilst there are clear distinctions between the styles of the five graphical artists, these are juxtaposed to the switching storylines in a way that engages the audience. As the reader moves between the present, the past and individual characters, the complimentary change in graphic style prevents you from getting lost and keeps you focused in the plot development. The PAPERBACK version of the COLLIDER: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL was distributed by beActive during the summer of 2013 across Europe preceding the film’s release.

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COLLIDER: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL – CREDITS Original idea Nuno Bernardo

Writer Mike Garley

Interior Artwork R H Stewart Gareth Gowran Jack Tempest Will Pickering Martin Simmonds

Letterer Michael Stock

Cover Artists Michael Lee Graham

Individual Cover Artist Jack Tempest Sérgio Azevedo

Editors Catriona Scott & Mike Garley

Additional Graphics Rui Soares

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The Characters Peter Ansay (29), Scottish A quantum physics genius, hired by CERN to research the possibilities of time travel with the Large Hadron Collider. When he discovers the potentially catastrophic risk posed by the experiment, Peter is dismissed by CERN and his credibility as a scientist is destroyed. After months of living as a recluse in a hotel room, Peter breaks into CERN with the intention of travelling into the future to record evidence of the disastrous effects of the experiment. However, something goes horribly wrong and Peter finds himself in a future even worse than he had expected. He also finds he is not alone; five strangers from different moments in space and time have been transported with him. Peter now begins to question his own judgement and ability and must overcome this crisis of confidence when faced with the biggest decision of his life.

Carlos Vera (37), spanish A professional gambler turned con-artist, Carlos had everything he could possibly want until the day his luck ran out and he lost it all. When his luck went from bad to worse and he tried to con the wrong person, Carlos found himself running for his life. Always willing to use his charm to take advantage of a situation, Carlos is a smooth talker without many lasting friendships. But as the story unfolds, he begins to learn how to trust people and in turn, gain theirs.

Lucia de Souza (26), brazilian Naturally beautiful, Lucia is a fighter with a tragic past. After watching the world collapse and her parents die at the hands of The Unknown, Lucia has lost her faith in God. Alone and scared, she learns how to survive in an increasingly treacherous world. She is the first to support Peter’s plan to travel back through time as realises it is her only chance of ever seeing her family again.

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Luke Spencer (30), american An ex-FBI Bomb Disposal expert, Luke is haunted by guilt, holding himself responsible for the death of his team and the woman he loved. In his old life Luke was confident, happy and most at home working on his motorcycle or hanging out with his friends on the beach. Now he is plagued with thoughts of suicide as the only way to end his suffering.

Fiona Murphy (32), Irish Fiona is a quick tempered, emotionally troubled computer programmer who has devoted the last three years of her life to searching for her missing daughter, Hannah. She is the moral compass of the group with an unshakeable sense of right and wrong, but has never forgiven herself for losing sight of her daughter and the subsequent falling apart of her marriage.

Alisha Tate (24), British Self-absorbed, materialistic and quick to complain, Alisha might be the weakest link in the group. Growing up in a poverty stricken household on a council estate, she was determined to have everything her family did not, even if it meant exposing herself to the dangerous drug dealing lifestyle that wreaked so much havoc on the community she so desperately wanted to leave behind. But Alisha will prove to be more valuable to the group than she might think, especially when her photographic memory will be a crucial factor in navigating the maze of underground tunnels of the CERN campus.

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COLLIDER on the web WEBSITE colliderworld.com

YOUTUBE / TRAILER bit.ly/ColliderTrailer

YOUTUBE / WEBSERIES bit.ly/ColliderWebSeries

YOUTUBE / MOTION COMICS bit.ly/ColliderMotionComics

WATTPAD wattpad.com/colliderworld

FACEBOOK facebook.com/colliderworld

COLLIDER MOVEMENT bit.ly/ColliderMovement

GRAPHIC NOVEL / IBOOK STORE bit.ly/CollideriBook

GRAPHIC NOVEL / AMAZON bit.ly/ColliderGrapicNovel

COMICS APPS / IOS bit.ly/ColliderComicsIOS

COMICS APPS / ANDROID bit.ly/ColliderComics

COLLIDER QUEST GAME / IOS bit.ly/ColliderQuest

COLLIDER QUEST GAME / ANDROID bit.ly/QuestAndroid

COLLIDER QUEST GAME / FACEBOOK bit.ly/QuestWeb

COLLIDER CODEBREAKER GAME / IOS bit.ly/ColliderCodebreaker

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Credit List A beActive Production Screenplay by Directed by Produced by

NUNO BERNARDO JASON BUTLER NUNO BERNARDO TRIONA CAMPBELL JOHN McDONNELL

cast Peter Alisha Luke Fiona Lucia Carlos

IAIN ROBERTSON BELLA HEESOM JAMIE MACLACHLAN LUCY CUDDEN TERESA TAVARES MARCO COSTA

CAMERA Director of Photography Camera Operator Clapper Loader Data Wrangler Camera Trainee Gaffer Grip Assistant

ELEANOR BOWMAN GAVIN REILLY PAUL QUINN RAJ NUNDLALL AIDEN NORRIS SORCHA MAC KENNA SEAN CAHILL STEPHEN DORGAN LARRY MOCKUS

COSTUMES Designer Trainee

CAROLINE HARRINGTON MAURA ANGLIM

DESIGN Production Designer Props Buyer Stand-by Art Director Trainee

STEPHANIE CLERKIN EMMA LOWNEY PEDRAIG BAGGOTT LUCIA HASTINGS

EDITORIAL Script Editor Script Supervisor

ERICA NEGRI FIONA GRAHAM

MAKE-UP Hair & Make-up Artist

GILL BRENNAN

POST PRODUCTION Film Editor Sound Post Production Facility

MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN JOSÉ DIAS TANGERINE

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PRODUCTION Line Producer 1st AD 2nd AD 3rd AD Casting Catering Location Manager Production Assistant Production Coordinator Stunt Coordinator Transport Travel Agency

MAIRTIN DE BARRA ROSAI MCCARTHY MEDB JOHNSTONE NIALL OWENS ARONDIA ELLE SIDEWALK CATERING STAN NANGLE LIISA SIIPPAINEN LOUISE FULLAM GEE NAGYS MICK MURPHY EMER HANNON TRAVEL SERVICES LYNN MCENROE

sound Boom Operator Sound Mixer

STEVE O’DONAGHUE PADDY DOWNEY

SPECIAL EFFECTS Supervisor

SÉRGIO AZEVEDO

ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

EANNA HICKEY ROSS DOWLING

FOR BeActive Entertainment Business Development Social Media Manager Interactive Programming Production Executive Marketing & Media Relations Video Editor Assistant Video Editor

ISABEL LOPES FILIPA ALMEIDA SAMUEL MIRA SUSANA TAVARES VERA CARRONDO PEDRO AGRA DÂNIA LUCAS

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About beActive beActive specialises in the creation and production of multi-platform content. It is a TV, film and digital content production company, with a decade of experience in the art of storytelling. With offices in Lisbon, Dublin, London and São Paulo, beActive oversees the realisation of international co-productions and the distribution and licensing of multi-platform content. Some of our most recognised productions are Sofia’s Diary, distributed by Sony Pictures; the series The Line with Linda Hamilton and the sitcom Living In Your Car, distributed by Shine Reveille and broadcast by HBO; the Emmy nominated mini-series Final Punishment, shot in Brazil; the feature film The Knot, distributed by Universal Pictures in the United Kingdom, starring Noel Clarke, Mena Suvari and Talulah Riley, as well as Farmer’s Market produced for Fox International. In May of this year, beActive launched the feature film Beat Girl, part of another multi-platform project that included the creation of a series, web series, the publication of a book, a profile on Pinterest, and games for Android and iPhone that earned its simultaneous premiere in three countries – Portugal, United Kingdom and Ireland – and later on in the USA via video on demand. beActive also launched the interactive and multi-platform series COLLIDER, the Sci-Fi story of six strangers mysteriously transported to a post-apocalyptic future in which they must come together to discover how to return to the present and save mankind from extinction. COLLIDER is also a web series, comic book, graphic novel, mobile app and two games. COLLIDER will premiere in Portugal in November 2013 and in England, Ireland and USA in January 2014. www.beactivemedia.com

For further information, please contact beActive Vera Carrondo Marketing & Media Relations Tlf: +351 21 310 01 42 Tlm: +351 93 901 17 79 Email: vmc@beactive.pt

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