The First Musketeer has managed to take home the prize for Best UK Series at the UK Web Fest.
The Writer/Director/Producer Harriet Sams, and two of the stars from the show, Sean Knopp and Jessica Preddy, attended the celebrations in London’s Leicester Square, to eat, drink, and be very merry at our win.
It was a great evening and we’re very thankful to the jury for selecting our show for the big prize.
At long last our series is finally complete! So keep your eyes peeled for release dates as we’ll be coming to a computer near you very soon.
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Over the last few weeks we have released a number of clips from Season 1 of The First Musketeer on our official YouTube Channel. Just in case anyone has missed them we’ve curated them all here.
Clip 1 introduces us to the mysterious Marion (Nicole O’Neill) as she meets the troubled Athos (Edward Mitchell) for the first time:
Clip 2 sees Lazare (Tony Sams) share a little about his past, as Porthos (Charles Barrett) and Ghislain (Paul McMaster) clash swords:
Clip 3 introduces our villain, The Pilgrim (Sean Knopp), who seeks information from one of his many court spies (Mariya Mizuno):
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We’ve introduced the men so far, but now it’s time to shine some more light on the Femmes Fatales of The First Musketeer.
The infamous Milady De Winter, played by Jessica Preddy, makes an appearance, but you’ll have to watch the series to discover her story, whilst the new character of Marion De Lorme, played by Nicole O’Neill, is introduced to the Musketeer mythology for the first time.
Although The Three Musketeers is a story centered on brotherhood, the women are important catalysts in our Heroes’ tales and have the power to affect the fates of the Musketeers with their actions, and teach them never to trust a book by it’s cover.