The folks at Variety never sleep, and neither do we. The trade reported on the winners at the recently concluded Slamdance Film Festival tonight, and not only did “>I Sell the Dead score the Richard Lopez an award for Best Cinematography, but Larry Fessenden’s performance also received a Special Jury Mention. Congrats to all the parties involved!
For those unfamiliar with the Slamdance fest, its feature competition is limited to first-time filmmakers working with budgets under $1 million. And in case the specifics of I Sell the Dead have slipped your mind, it was written and directed by Glenn McQuaid; stars Dominic Monaghan, Ron Perlman, and Angus Scrimm along with Fessenden; and involves thieves, priests, and graverobbers. Quite a winning trio, I’d say!
While we wait to hear what’s in store next for I Sell the Dead, be sure to check out our “>behind-the-scenes look at the film’s zombie effects and visit its official site for more info and the trailer.
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