The Fangoria Weekend of Horrors, which is on in Manhattan, New York, tonight and tomorrow (Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6), has selected Ashley Thorpe’s Scayrecrow and The Screaming Skull in a back-to-back screening in its film room.
Exeter film makers Ashley Thorpe and Toby De Burgh have been commissioned to produce new work as part of the UK Film Council’s Digital Shorts scheme.
The Devon + Cornwall Film Show 2 from Alex White on Vimeo. The second D+CFilm Show has in-depth interviews with two of Devon’s renown filmmakers: Elizabeth-Jane Baldry and Ashley Thorpe, in a Fairytales and Nightmares Special.
“British horror revival begins here in the South West,” said Ashley Thorpe as he picked up the media innovations award for independent film, and he should know -he’s picking up awards, and plaudits, and favourable reviews wherever he goes.
So do you want to be an actor or a rock star? Why not both? The Revival, a short independent film, is holding open auditions at the Exeter Phoenix on January 24 between 5.30pmâ€“9pm and Wednesday, February 4 between 2pm -9pm.