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Burlesque Fairytales ()


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A fairytale thriller film set one night in a 1390's London theatre where all is not what it seems.

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Cast

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Henry Clark
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Ice Queen
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The Compere
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Annabel Blythe-Smith
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anna Andresen ...
The Mermaid
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Mother
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Peter Blythe-Smith
Michael Ellis ...
Chimney Sweep
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Mrs Argyle
Berkan Halil ...
Ghost
Mona Hammond ...
Death's Wife
Charlie Hollway ...
Ace of Hearts
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Jimmy Harrison
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Queen of Hearts (as Anna Lanyon)
Amanda Morgan ...
The Shepherdess
Mariko Nagata ...
Japanese Sun
Matt Nation ...
The Major
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Orlando
Lee Ravitz ...
First Fisherman
Kai Roberts ...
Spirit
Tom So ...
The Chinaman
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Ghost
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Grace

Directed by

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Susan Luciani

Written by

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Susan Luciani ... ()

Produced by

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Lindsay McFarlane ... producer

Music by

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Nicholas Singer

Cinematography by

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Derek Suter

Film Editing by

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Claus Wehlisch

Editorial Department

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Chris Hunter ... assistant editor
Danny Salas ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Su Whitaker

Art Direction by

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Harry Pain

Costume Design by

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Rachel Freire

Makeup Department

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Louise Coles ... makeup department head
Natalie O'Connor ... makeup designer

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Hedges ... first assistant director
Stuart Jones ... third assistant director
Alex Kaye-Besley ... key third assistant director
Iain Lawrence ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Jack Dudman ... art department assistant
Berkan Halil ... artist

Sound Department

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Ben Barker ... sound designer
Mike Dowson ... re-recording mixer
Paul Govey ... re-recording mixer
Mikael Hasler ... production sound mixer (as Mike Hasler)
Roland Heap ... supervising sound editor
Mark Maclaine ... adr supervisor
Steve Rafter ... sound effects editor
Marc Specter ... dialogue editor

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Helen Clare ... visual effects producer: MPC
Lorraine Johnson ... film scanning supervisor
Warren J. Mills ... digital artist
Steve J. Sanchez ... visual effects supervisor: MPC

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jonny Franklin ... electrician
Christian Hayes ... electrician
Chris Hunter ... lighting technician
Nick Lowin ... camera operator
Peter Myslowski ... key grip
Iwan Prys Reynolds ... focus puller

Music Department

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Mark Maclaine ... music producer

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

"A night of revelation at the Chapel Theatre." At least that's what it says on the flyer. But this 1930s fashionable London audience are in for a surprise. Things are not what they seem at The Chapel Theatre and soon it dawns on them that this is no ordinary night out. For a start they can't remember how they got there, now that they've arrived, the doors to the theatre are bolted shut, they are trapped inside. As the film progresses in real time, the stage play hosts five fairy tales. In these tales a mixture of stage, film, animation, giant set pieces and natural elements playing out inside the theatre create a fantastical story telling experience. But time is short, the moment of truth is coming and the audience have just one last chance to save themselves. Written by Double Barrel Productions

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Also Known As
  • Burleszk tündérmesék (Hungary)
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  • 83 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia After a week shooting at Shepperton Studios Producer Lindsay McFarlane and Director Susan Luciani were driving to their central London lab when they were pulled over by the police and searched under anti-terrorism laws. All the police found in the van was a large Neptune mask, bags of fake snow and a defiant director holding onto undeveloped rushes vowing she'd rather go to prison that open up the cans before they'd been processed. See more »

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