PENGUIN LAUNCHES FILM COMPETITION

PENGUIN LAUNCHES NATIONWIDE FILM COMPETITION
TO PROMOTE THE MOST CHILLING THRILLER OF THE YEAR
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THE WOMAN WHO MISSING FOR FIVE YEARS
THE CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR WHO FINDS HER
AND THE SERIAL KILLER WHO WANTS THEM BOTH DEAD…
Penguin is offering an exciting opportunity for budding filmmakers with the launch of a competition to produce a movie trailer for the chilling thriller, The Missing. The winning entry will be screened before the biggest blockbuster of the year every day for a week at the UK’s largest and most prestigious cinema – the Odeon Leicester Square.
This competition is launched on 31 January 2007 at http://www.themissingbook.co.uk and is open to all UK film makers. The trailer can be made using whatever devices, sound, music, graphics or effects as are available. Whether the movie is shot on location in an abandoned warehouse, or in the dark corners of a bedroom, the winning entry will scare everyone who sees it into wanting to know more. The closing date for entries is 31 March 2007. More details of the competition can be found at http://www.themissingbook.co.uk.
Set to be THE scariest book of 2007, The Missing (published by Penguin, 3 May 2007) is being described as a cross between Silence of the Lambs and The Bone Collector.
When Boston CSI, Darby McCormick finds a raving and emaciated woman hiding at the scene of a violent kidnap she runs a DNA search to identify the victim. The result confirms that she was abducted five years earlier and has somehow managed to escape from the dungeon in which she’s been caged.
With a teenage couple also missing, and with the escaped woman dangerously ill, the clock is ticking for Darby as she hunts for the dungeon before anyone else disappears or dies. And when the FBI takes over the investigation, it becomes clear that a sadistic serial killer has been on the brown for decades and is poised to strike again at any moment. A killer with links to horrors that Darby has tried desperately to bury in her past…

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