Synopsis: Early one winter morning in the rural town of Rhuthun in North Wales, three men are called upon once again to carry out a terrible assignment on the Bwlch Pen Barras mountain pass.
About the Filmmaker: Craig Williams is a Welsh film programmer and writer based in London. He is a co-founder of The Badlands Collective, screening forgotten films on rare 35mm prints in cinemas across London, hosting events with directors like Mike Leigh. Over the last decade, he has written extensively for the BFI and leading film magazine Sight & Sound, with a particular focus on genre cinema. He has also contributed booklet essays for Arrow Video Blu-ray and DVD releases. This is his directorial debut.
This film is showing in the Late Night Shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 18th November at 20:45.
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