Don’t Look, a new feature length horror film that was successfully crowdfunded by over 500 backers from across the country, began shooting on location last week in Berks County, PA, and we have more details plus a few behind-the-scenes photos.
From the Press Release:
Don’t Look, the story of five friends, an inherited farm, a secret past, and a bloody wrath, is being filmed on location on a 100-acre farm in Robeson Township, Pennsylvania.
The location includes a lake, boathouse, forest, cornfields, apple orchards, cow pasture, century-old cabins, barns, and other facilities that help frame the frightening story.
Produced by Enuff Productions, Inc., Don’t Look is directed by Bryan Killay. The project has assembled a strong production and acting crew from New York, Los Angeles, and the Pennsylvania area. The film stars Bella Plotkin, Lindsay DiFulvio, Luciana Faulhaber, Jeff Berg, Curtis K. Case, and Javier E. Gomez.
The executive producers are Jessica Boucher, Lindsay DiFulvio, Luciana Faulhaber, Javier E. Gomez, and Adam Lim. The screenplay is by Jessica Boucher and Danielle Killay based on a story by Luciana Faulhaber. Associate producers are Daniel Shaw and Whit Spurgeon.
Don’t Look was successfully funded through a Kickstarter campaign in 2013. In 2014 the project was awarded grants to furnish lighting and sound equipment from ARRI and Gotham Sound & Communications, respectively. Product sponsors include Stoli, Vita Coco, Hint Water, and Red Bull. The producers thank Plow Farms, Eshelman Transportation, and the Reading Film Commission for their support of this project.
Spilling new blood in the classic indie horror tradition, Don’t Look tells the nightmarish story of five unsuspecting friends who set out for a holiday in the country and truly get a weekend that no one will ever forget… if they make it out alive.
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