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The film is inspired by the real life incidents that happened during the floods that ravaged Kerala last year.
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Filmmaker Jude Anthany Joseph announced his film 2403 ft, which is inspired by the real life incidents that happened during the floods that ravaged Kerala last year. The film is bankrolled by Anto Joseph under the banner Anto Joseph Film Company. Jude Anthany has scripted the film in association with John Manthrickal.

Reports are that the film has an impressive star cast with Tovino Thomas, Kunchacko Boban, Jayasurya, Asif Ali, Indrajith, Manju Warrier and Indrans signing on the dotted line to play important roles. Sources in the know say that the director is in the process of roping in some actors from the Tamil film industry and will be making an official announcement once the signing process is through.

The technical crew of 2403 ft comprises of some of the highly talented names in the Malayalam film industry. Jomon T John is handling the camera for this venture with Mahesh Narayanan in charge of the editing, Shaan Rahman to compose the tunes and Vishnu Govind and Sree Sankar for sound designing.

Since the movie demands good amount of CG and special effects, the makers are also in talks with a Hollywood-based VFX company.

In an interview much earlier, Jude Anthany had said that 2403 ft will not be a movie about floods but about the survival of those affected after the natural disaster struck.

Jude Anthany Joseph made his debut as director with the 2014 release Om Shanthi Oshaana which was a coming-of-age romantic comedy. While Jude Anthany directed it, the story was conceived by Midhun Manuel Thomas who wrote the screenplay in association with the director. His second directorial was Oru Muthassi Gadha.

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