CineMe Screening of Judas Ghost, plus Q&A With Director Simon Pearce

Where: The Orpheus Cinema, 51 Northumbria Drive, Bristol,, BS9 4HN

When: 13 August 2015 8:00pm to 11:00pm

For one night only CineMe presents a screening of the independent fantasy horror movie Judas Ghost directed by Simon Pearce.

Judas Ghost is a stylish, inventive horror film based on the Ghost Finders novels by New York Times best-selling author Simon R. Green.  The film stars Martin Delaney (Zero Dark Thirty, Flags of Our Fathers), Lucy Cudden (Afterlife) and Simon Merrells (The Wolfman, Index Zero, Spartacus: War of the Damned).  It's directed by Bristol based filmmaker Simon Pearce (Shank, Watch Over Me).

The evening will include a Q&A after the screening of Judas Ghost with Simon Pearce, who will be talking about the making of the film.  There will also be a supporting short film, which will be Jack Ralls World War 2 drama, Edward's Request.

Judas Ghost Synopsis:

Director & Editor: Simon Pearce; DOP: Roger Pearce; Cast: Martin Delaney, Lucy Cudden, Simon Merrells, Alexander Perkins, Grahame Fox.

Duration: 73 minutes, Certificate 15.

"Slick, fast-paced, stylistic and intense" : Close-Up Film

Ghosts exist.  Whether you choose to believe in them or not.  Luckily, so does the Carnacki Institute, a top secret organisation set up to combat the dead.  When reports of the supernatural from an old village hall point to an apparently standard haunting, an elite team of ghost finders is dispatched to investigate.  But things go from bad to worse when it become clear the team are facing something far more sinister than they first anticipated.  The hall harbours a dark secret and the team must use every trick they know to try and get out of there alive.  Who will survive and what will be left of their souls?

For more info go to the films offical website (http://www.judasghostmovie.com) or watch the trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvK9KByNM9o

Thursday, August 13th (8pm) at the Orpheus Cinema, Henleaze, Bristol.

Advance tickets available at http://bit.ly/1GNoQYR

Entry Cost: £8.50 General (Door), £7.00 Concessions (Door), Advance sales £7.50 General Admission and £6.00 Concessions (60+ and NUS Holders)

Posted by: James Ewen | 13-07-2015

Contact the event organiser: james.ewen@cinemefilms.com

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