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Lucia Coppola ...
Emily
Elliot Bell ...
Jack
Max Morgan ...
Will
Charlie Wood ...
Ben
Finlay White ...
Tom
Evie Park ...
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Ella Park ...
Izzy
Harry Miller ...
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Flora Keenan ...
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Lily
Isabella Tan ...
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When Dorothy Stringer High School announces it is to close, all hope seems lost. That is until one of the students finds a flyer on the street offering a reward to anyone who can spend two nights in Darkwood Manor. But when the intrepid group of volunteers and their form tutor arrive at the manor it quickly becomes clear that the resident evil is not a ghost after all and, one by one, they start to disappear... Written by Sharon Whiting

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The setting for the film is taken from the central lair of the antagonist in 'Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem'. He launches his attack on humanity's musicians from this place. See more »

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Great movie! loved it.
27 November 2011 | by (calgary canada) – See all my reviews

excellent! great job Liam and cast. I cant wait to see the next one. When Dorothy Stringer High School announces it is to close, all hope seems lost. That is until one of the students finds a flier on the street offering a reward to anyone who can spend two nights in Darkwood Manor. But when the intrepid group of volunteers and their form tutor arrive at the manor it quickly becomes clear that the resident evil is not a ghost after all and, one by one, they start to disappear. Lucia Coppola, Elliot Bell, Max Morgan, Charlie Wood, Finlay White, Evie Park, Steve Coogan Darkwood Manor started life as a Year 8 scheme of work and as such the title will be familiar to drama students up and down the country. For one student however, the project became something more and, having been involved in film throughout his school career, Liam Hooper couldn't resist the challenge set by one of his tutors to make one final film before leaving school. Working with students, staff, friends and family it took Hooper a total of three years and the best part of £1000 (of his own money) to script, film and edit the 1 hour 20 minute film.


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