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Supernatural horror ‘P.O.V’ wraps production in Dublin
16 Dec 2015 : Seán Brosnan
Concept art of the evil spirit terrorizing Dana (Shauna MacDonald), nicknamed “Nails" - these designs were created by French visual artist, Nihil
Principal photography has recently been completed on Dennis Bartok’s (‘Trapped Ashes’) directorial debut, the supernatural thriller ‘P.O.V’., co-written by Tom Abrams (‘Smokin’ Aces 2’).

The film, currently in post-production at EGG Post, is set for delivery mid-2016. James Mather (IFTA winner for ‘Frank’ at this year’s Film & Drama Awards) is the cinematographer and John Walters will edit.

Shot entirely in Dublin, ‘P.O.V’. stars Shauna Macdonald (‘The Descent’) as Dana Milgrom, a sports coach, who is nearly killed and completely paralyzed in a hit and run accident while out jogging one morning. While recovering in hospital and imprisoned in her own body, Dana, struggling for her very existence, comes to realize that a malevolent and increasingly violent evil spirit is out to get her.

Starring alongside Macdonald is British comedian Ross Noble (‘Stitches’) in his first dramatic role.

Produced by acclaimed genre production outfit, Fantastic Films (‘The Hallow’, ‘Cherry Tree’, ‘Let Us Prey’, ‘Last Days on Mars’), P.O.V. is financed by the Irish Film Board and is being sold internationally by Fortissimo Films.




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