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‘Let Us Prey’ Wins More Awards
14 Nov 2014 : Deirdre Molumby
Irish horror film ‘Let Us Prey’ has won the Audience Award at the Festival de Cine de Terror de Molins de Rei in Barcelona, Spain. In recent weeks, the feature also won the Audience Choice Award for Best Music at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival for Steve Lynch's music.

‘Let Us Prey’ is the debut feature film of director Brian O’Malley and stars Liam Cunningham (‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Hunger’) and Pollyanna McIntosh (‘Filth’, ‘Love Eternal’). The film stars Cunningham as an enigmatic stranger who is detained overnight in a small town police station. His dark influence takes over the minds of the inmates and officers around him, with only McIntosh’s character able to resist him.

The horror film previously won the highly-sought Le Méliès d'Argent for Best European Fantastic Film at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. It also received positive reviews following its screening at the Montreal Film Festival, where it sold out its North American premiere.

As reported earlier this week by IFTN, Metrodome International has secured a number of territories for the distribution of ‘Let Us Prey’, including Canada, the UK and the USA. The film has also been sold to Germany, Benelux, the Middle East and Hong Kong.

The film is a Scottish-Irish co-production between Fantastic Films, Greenhouse Media Investment in association with Mr. Significant Film, the Irish Film Board, and Makar Productions. Eddie Dick, Brendan McCarthy, and John McDonnell are producers.




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