film makers to launch new horror movie shot in Burnham-On-Sea
new fictional horror movie filmed in the Burnham-On-Sea area is
set to launch next month.
film makers James and Kate Cameron, pictured, worked with local
actor Stefan Andrews and drama student Thomas Llywarch on the
Called 'The Masquerade: The Brenton Hill Incident', it is described
as a 'docu-horror' and revolves around a fictional team of movie
makers who disappear while making a film in and around the fictional
town of Brenton.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We make films for fun, and to prove
that good storytelling does not require 'A' list actors, exotic
locations or giant budgets to be entertaining."
film was shot across the area including Burnham Beach, around
St Mary's Church in Berrow and Ralph's Wood in Brent Knoll."
film investigates the run up to the night that a team of movie
makers disappeared and uncovers shocking evidence of what happened."
project is essentially a double-bill with the main feature 'The
Masquerade: The Brenton Hill Incident' running in at 20 minutes
while the second film 'The Forsaken', which is part of the main
feature, runs in at eight minutes."
film will be launched on DVD at the Avalon Visions table at the
annual Stars of Times 2013 convention taking place at Weston's
Helicopter Museum on July 28th.
team are also hard at work on their next project which, while
exact details have yet to be announced, will be a sci-fi adventure
filmed in Burnham.
will be part of a charity fundraising project for Children In
Need 2013 and will be released in October.