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Exclusive: Horror starring Liam Cunningham sells in Europe, Middle East.
Currently in post-production, Let Us Prey charts the fallout when an enigmatic stranger takes over the minds of the detainees in a remote Scottish police station.
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Exclusive: Brian O’Malley started principal photography on Monday for horror film Let Us Prey.
Av Pictures handles sales and will screen first footage to buyers at the Afm.
The production is shooting in Ireland and Scotland.
Eddie Dick (Outcast) is producing for Makar Productions with Brendan McCarthy & John McDonnell for Fantastic Films (Last Days on Mars). Backers on the project include James Daly of Greenhouse Media; Creative Scotland and The Irish Film Board.
Lee Brazier is overseeing the production for Av. »
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Ser Davos Seaworth himself, Liam Cunningham, is heading off into battle once again, but this time it's not the White Walkers he has to worry about. Instead, he'll be assuming the role of the beast himself in the new flick Let Us Prey.
According to Screen Daily, Av Pictures is bringing the new film to Cannes with Cunningham (pictured) playing an enigmatic stranger who is detained in the cells of a remote police station. Hanna Stanbridge (Outcast) also stars. Shooting is planned to begin in Scotland and Ireland in June, with director Brian O’Malley at the helm.
An enigmatic stranger is detained in the cells of a remote police station one fateful night. From his basement dungeon the charismatic loner begins to take over the minds of his fellow inmates and those of the police officers. He influences them to bend to his evil will, and their latent »
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