A Twickenham woman has produced her first feature film, which was snapped up by Hollywood, is out soon.

Tracy Jarvis, who lives in Twickenham produced the zombie musical 'Anna and the Apocalypse.' It has already been show in cinema's across America and will be coming to the UK this month.

Tracy, who grew up in Lincolnshire, worked at Lloyds TSB for ten years before setting up London-based talent agency, Beresford Management. Beresford Management represents over 100 actors in television, film, and theatre, and has helped place actors in numerous high profile jobs including Kingsman and Rocketman.

Along with her partner Steve Jarvis she then created London-based production company Parkhouse Pictures around three years ago.

Since ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ was snapped up, Tracy has filmed two more feature films which are in different stages of post production – horror film, Cassette, as well as a modern adaptation of, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Tracy said: “It was about 3 years ago and the acting agency was going from strength to strength that we felt like it was the right time to move in to film production.”

Billed as "Shaun of the Dead meets La La Land", Anna and the Apocalypse is a gleeful mashup.

The main character, Anna and her friends must fight – and sing – their way through a zombie invasion to reach the supposed safety of their school, not knowing if their parents and friends will still be alive when they get there.

When zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven – at Christmas – Anna and her high school friends are forced to to fight, sing and slash their way to survival with a fast-spreading undead horde in relentless pursuit.

Anna and the Apocalypse has received rave reviews since it first showed at Fantastic Fest film festival in Austin, Texas and Sitges film festival where it won best film. Nominated for two Scottish BAFTA’s for best film and best actress is is a must watch film, with commentators saying.“We are also in talks of it becoming a West End Musical which would be amazing.”

Tracy said: “It’s so rewarding and exciting to see your film in cinema’s throughout the world and getting such amazing audience reviews make it all worthwhile."