RKM are set to roll cameras again Autumn 2016.
Director Raine McCormack states, 'We want to show more of the world that the main characters live in and due to original shooting constraints we were unable to capture as much as we'd liked. The only thing facing us here is the seasons. Harbour is set in the murky winter which means no leaves on trees. Whilst it's frustrating to have to wait for the season to change it will be worth it and is a needed element for us to complete the final cut and tell an even stronger story'.
Harbour has already picked up major sales interest and RKM look forward to delivering a not only entertaining but haunting piece of cinema.