A Short Film Unearthing the Dark Side of Morris Dancing!

Hell’s Bells, which won an Audience Choice Award at our Plymouth 2017 Festival is now available to view online.

Made with the support of Creative England and the BFI NET.WORK, the film tells the story of a young woman who has been brainwashed by Morris dancers.

Created in Devon with a local cast and crew, film locations include The Tally Ho community pub, Poltimore House, and Hearn Field in Combeinteignhead. The Dartington Morris Men also make an appearance in the film and provided costumes, props and music.

Luke Jeffery, writer/director of Hell’s Bells, says: “Forget everything you know about this ancient British pastime, we’re going to show you Morris dancing like you’ve never seen it before!”

Check out the film below which stars Charlie Coldfield who’s latest film Repercussions is going to be screening as part of our 2018 Plymouth Festival in the Sunday Brunch section.

Hell’s Bells was produced by Wandering Tiger – www.wanderingtiger.com , keep up to date with their latest filmmaking exploits on Twitter: @wanderingtiger

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