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Aussie producers team on Walking Dead star Emma Bell's directorial debut

28 March 2016 5:22 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Dp Terry Zumalt with director Emma Bell.

Australian producers Tessa Saville and Bel Deliá have teamed up with The Walking Dead star Emma Bell for her directorial debut on short film Scratch..

Bell has appeared in The Walking Dead, Dallas, Arrow, Supernatural, Dollhouse and Final Destination 5. In keeping with her CV, Bell's debut short is a horror film.

Saville has previously developed a range of television formats including Picture This and NBC Universal's E! Host Australia Search, while producer-actress Deliá previously played Natasha Warner in the Australian online horror film The Tunnel.

Scratch is about a repressed 1950.s housewife left alone by her philandering husband who makes a horrifying discovery, and was written by Helen Shang (NBC.s Hannibal)..

The film, lensed by DoP Terry Zumalt, recently wrapped principal photography.

Also on the production are Australians Valentino del Toro (The Slap, Terra Nova) and editor Geoff Saville.

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