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Feature film: Psychomanteum (2018) Duration 89mins Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Sci-fi, fiction

Feature documentary: Articulate (2018) Duration 100mins

Short films

Induction to Purgatory (2018) Genre: Horror

It's in the Trees's (2018) Genre: Sci-fi, Horror

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Running time (In minutes): 
Horror films
Student film: 
Psychomanteum - UK Indie feature 2018
Production year: 
January, 2018
Film Credits
About the Director:

Ray Brady took a BA in film at the prestigious London College of printing making his first feature film Boy Meets Girl (1994) whilst on the first year on his degree coarse. Forbidden by the faculty to use any college equipment or facilities to help in the making of the film, Ray sold his flat and and its contents to help raise the production budget. Originally shot on 16mm the film was blown up to 35mm and went on to screen in competition at several major international film festival and national film festivals. It screened in competition at Edinburgh, Birmingham, Stiges, Veinele, Fantasporta and a dozen over major festivals and competitions. A dark psychological horror film, a debate regarding the damaging censorship policies then practiced in the UK by its national censorship body the BBFC written within a classic horror film abduction scenario (reversed), it caused national controversy and became a cause célèbre in the media, unfortunately because it directly challenged its audiences as to why they were attracted to watch violent films in the first place it received votes of either zero or ten out of ten so, "the audiences just either loved it or hated it". The film premiered at the NFT 1 and was screened at the ICA and at over forty other cinemas in the UK including the Glasgow film theatre and the Irish Film Centre in Dublin. Banned for several years in the UK on video it was given an uncut 18 theatrical certificate and only after seven years was represented to be given a completely uncut UK 18 video and DVD certificate. On the second year of his degree coarse Brady was paid to give lectures to the foundation coarse on his experiences after making the film and his long procrastinated battle with the then Head British Film censor James Ferman. On the third year of his degree coarse he was paid to give lectures to the 1st year students that he was still attending himself. Now acknowledged as one of the most respected indie feature directors in the UK, his signature being originality with the highest production values, several of Ray Brady's later films have won international awards for best film and best director and his films continue to be festival favorites.
Film director: 
Ray Brady
Anne Nauth-Misir
About the Producer: 
Ray Brady
Ray Brady
Cast 1: 
David Avery
Cast 2: 
Scott Handy
Cast 3: 
Angela Peters
Cast 4: 
Tom McCracken
Cast 5: 
Adrian Annis
Film synopsis: 
<p><strong>Synopsis: </strong>An independently produced film, eight short psychological films to comprise a portmanteau feature, collaboration between Ray Brady (five excerpts) and three other Directors excerpts Jason Martin &ldquo;The Language of Birds&rdquo;, Asa Taulbut &ldquo;Fallen&rdquo; &amp; Jamie Drew &ldquo;The Stranger&rdquo;.</p> <p><strong>Long synopsis: </strong>Shot over seven years on a self-financed micro-budget, &ldquo;Psychomanteum&rdquo; is a collaboration between four British filmmakers consisting of eight interlinking highly disturbing short stories that are in turn horrific, fantastical or science fiction scenarios. All the films were shot in and around London in the UK, with a purposeful emphasis on psychological visceral aspects of terror rather than the physical portrayal of horror.</p>
Budget Range: 
Between $100 000 and $1 Million
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
not specified
Format Ratio: 
Video Type: 
Prores HQ on a DCP
Number of reels: 
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Film distribution
Sales/distribution name: 
<p>Ray Brady &amp; Anne Nauth-Misir</p> <p>UKFILM.CO</p> <p>No 9 Edwin Close,</p> <p>Bexleyheath</p> <p>Kent</p> <p>DA7 5QH</p> <p>UK</p>
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Publicity contact: 
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