Shame 'Dust On Trial' by BISON
Dave Bullivant aka BISON, brings his A-game to the slasher/horror genre for Shame, as a young couple arrive at the deserted house in the country for a weekend escape - only to find it's quite a spooky place. And what is going in the barn?
As Dust On Trial rumbles ominously, BISON sticks to the rules of the genre and still ratchets up the tension impressively. With excellent performances from actors Margaret Clunie and Kane Aspey, you really are on tenterhooks by the time the horrible truth is revealed...
|Director of Photography||Joe Cook|
|Production Manager||Holly Jackson|
|1st AD||Louis Barron|
|Focus Puller||Sam Ebrahim-riley|
|2nd AC||Nick Milligan|
|Other credits||Spark: Matt Simons, Sam Baker Art Director: Sakara Dawson Marsh MUA: Jess Summer PA: Hayder Hoozeer Runner: Jerry Matthews, Gerry Papachristopoulos Runner / Driver: Abs Girl: Margaret Clunie Guy 1: Kane Aspey Guy 2: Will Hearle Casting Agent: Hannah Ward Edit House: Trim Edit Producer: Polly Kemp Grading Company: ETC Post Producer: Olly Whitworth Post Scheduler: Oscar Wendt Colourist: Luke Morrison|
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