Women of Horror Special (2011)

To tie in with Women in Horror Recognition Month 2011, a short film in which well-known women working in the horror industry in the UK discuss the genre and their experiences in it. The ... See full summary »

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R.N. Millward

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R.N. Millward

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Cast

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Emily Booth Emily Booth ... Self
Axelle Carolyn ... Self
Tamara Carse Tamara Carse ... Self (archive footage)
Andy Dingley Andy Dingley ... Self (archive footage)
Nia Edwards-Behi Nia Edwards-Behi ... Self
Robert Englund ... Self
Bazz Hancher Bazz Hancher ... Self
Eleanor James ... Self
Marysia Kay ... Self
Amelia Tyler ... Self
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To tie in with Women in Horror Recognition Month 2011, a short film in which well-known women working in the horror industry in the UK discuss the genre and their experiences in it. The film features a clip of the short film 'Cherry Orchard' and some footage from the upcoming feature length documentary 'How to Make a Horror Movie* (*On a Shoestring Budget)'. Written by R. N. Millward

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Documentary | Short

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The interviews with Emily Booth and Nia Edwards-Behi were used in a longer different documentary made in-house by Gorezone magazine called 'A Tribute to Women in Horror', also released the same month. See more »

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Version of A Tribute to Women in Horror (2011) See more »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 February 2011 (UK) See more »

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Eidolon Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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