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Charlotte Horror Festival Awards – And The Winners Are…

by StefanSmith on Oct.29, 2012, under Stefan Smith, unWelcome

Unwelcome collected 2 out of the 5 awards that it was nominated for at the 2012 annual Horror Film Festival in Charlotte, North Carolina. Martin Hobbs won the Best Male Actor Award and Eleanor James won the Best Female Actor Award.

Director Stefan Smith said that he was extremely pleased that some of the wonderful talent on show in Unwelcome to had been recognised. Smith added that it was a shame not to get the coveted Best Feature award and felt disappointed for both Stuart Browne and Dave Andrews who had both done exceptional work on the movie.

The Full list of winners is as follows;

BEST FEATURE
Dead Inside

BEST SHORT FILM
Vitriolage

BEST STUDENT FILM
Grey Matter

BEST CHARLOTTE SHORT
Pennipotens

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Marcus Wilson
for “Dorothy

BEST MUSIC
Josh Cruddas
for “Mr. Monster

BEST EDITING
Robert Crosby
for “Mr. Monster

BEST VISUAL F/X
Brian McCarty
for “It’s In The Blood

BEST MAKEUP
Andrew Beattie
, Sean Bridle, Tamara Eyre, Vanessa Hurley, and Dani Orme for “Rotting Hill

BEST MALE ACTOR
Martin Hobbs
in “Unwelcome

BEST FEMALE ACTOR
Eleanor James
in “Unwelcome

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Sales Agent signed for Unwelcome

by PressOffice on May.01, 2011, under unWelcome

Canadian Sales agents, Final Cut Films have taken on the worldwide sales rights for Unwelcome.

Dark Hour Pictures have signed exclusive sales rights over to Final cut films for all but two territories which have been signed  on a non-exclussive agreement. Those territories being the UK and Australia.

Dark Hour Pictures are currently seeking sales partners for these two territories.

Final cut Films will be present in the Riviera at this years Cannes Marche Du Film.

For sales information please contact Craig Adlard on +1 403 992 0426

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Unwelcome to Screen at the 2011 Cannes Festival du Film

by PressOffice on Apr.28, 2011, under unWelcome

Unwelcome will be screening twice at this years Cannes Marché du Film.

May 11 13.30 Palais B
May 18 13.30 Gray 4.

Please contact Craig Adlard at Final Cut Films in the market for further details of the sales screening.

Unwelcome will be screened despite being incomplete. Final sound design and mix as well as final Grading of the picture will be taking place over the next five weeks.

Director/Producer  Stefan Smith, Producer Chris Rolfe along with some of the Principle Cast and key crew members will be in attendance.

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Unwelcome goes live on IMDB

by admin on Mar.10, 2011, under Dark Hour Pictures, unWelcome

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1850459/

Click the above link to check out the page.

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Eleanor James – Scream Queen

by PressOffice on Nov.18, 2010, under unWelcome

Gorgeous English Rose ELEANOR JAMES is making waves and being named GOREMATE OF THE MONTH in the latest issue of Gorezone mag is an amazing validation of her many talents.

See the whole article below

http://gornoblonde.tumblr.com/post/1606178713/eleanorjamesscreamqueen

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Introduction

by Dark Hour Dave on Aug.09, 2010, under Dark Hour Pictures, unWelcome

Hi all.

 This is Dave and  I will be making regular updates as we progress with Unwelcome to keep everybody who follows us informed as we move along with the film. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone involved in last months successful trip to France. The offline edit has now been taken to Pete Dobson the editor to be polished and refined while we get ready for filming the remaining scenes next week. The light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter.

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The search is on for a replacement film composer

by PressOffice on Aug.02, 2010, under Dark Hour Pictures, Stefan Smith, unWelcome

The post production of ‘Unwelcome’ suffered a major blow this evening when we were informed that the services of Dave Andrews as film composer may no longer be available. Dave has got a full work load for the upcoming months and due to the delays to the edit of Unwelcome, working together may no longer be possible.

Director Stefan Smith has said that he is absolutely gutted by the turn of events but understands that the delay has been on the part of Dark Hour and looks forward to working with Dave on up coming projects.

The Search is now on for a last minute replacement to take the movie on to the next stage. Dark Hour Pictures wishes to thank Dave for all of his time and input up to this stage and can’t wait to work with him again in the future.

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Casting resumes for the final three scenes of Unwelcome

by PressOffice on Jul.10, 2010, under unWelcome

The Casting Call has now gone out for the three remaining scenes that need to be shot.

Seeking:

Two French detectives. – Must have good French accent and be capable of speaking a few lines in French.

Female victim – No lines, but good acting skills are required. This is a pivotal scene within the movie and the actor must portray all emotion with eyes and subtle movement. Partial nudity may be required but doesn’t feature heavily.

Female waitress – A few lines with the two lead characters in one of the first high tension scenes of the movie.

If you wish to apply for any of the above roles, please email headshot and resume to Stefan Smith at casting@darkhourpictures.com

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Special Thanks to Camera Speed

by StefanSmith on Sep.25, 2009, under unWelcome

Camera Speed
Dark Hour Pictures would like to acknowledge the help and support that Johnny Johnson and team at Camera Speed, Twickenham studios have given us. Johnny went the extra mile to help us out with the lens and equipment hire for our debut feature Unwelcome and took the hard work out of the whole process.
We at Dark Hour Pictures hope this is the start of a very long relationship with Camera Speed and would happily recommend them to everybody within the industry.

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