From the people that brought you FRANKULA comes the ultimate choccie rabbity terror……
A Robo Films/Misty Moon Production BAD FRIDAY. During a Good Friday outing from a care home, Frankie Abbott (David Barry, “Please Sir!”) cons a giant Easter egg from a little girl in the park, and is pursued by a knife-wielding giant rabbit. He also succeeds in upsetting everyone on the outing, including Topaz (Vera Day, “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”), an ageing ex-stripper, who threatens to put Frankie over her knee and spank him. Starring David Barry, Vera Day, Gary Shail, Emma Dark & Martin Rudman this is a hilarious sequel to the critically acclaimed hit FRANKULA.
Calling all Film makers, actors, directors, producers and writers, submissions are now open for this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival. The festival’s Final will be held at the prestigious Cinema Museum on Saturday the 28th October and will be judged by our panel of celebrity guest judges.
Judges announced so far are Lynn Lowry, Emma Dark, Gary Shail and Nicholas Ball, more judges to be announced over the coming weeks. The festival will be hosted by David Barry and Misty Moon’s Curator Stuart Morriss.
There will be 2 winners “The Audience Choice” and “The Judge’s Choice”. Please click the link below to view submission details and GOOD LUCK.
The wait is finally over: Robo Films & Misty Moon Presents FRANKULA
Frankie Abbott, who was at Fenn Street School, is now in a home. His nightmare begins when Agnes, his carer, bares her fangs and he is lured into a vampire graveyard by Clarissa Cobra and meets Vera Vomit and the vampire psychiatrist Dr Spritzer. Frankula is a comedy horror film in which Frankie discovers he no longer likes ketchup on his chips and the vampires have rather down-to-earth needs.
Starring David Barry, Caroline Munro, Judy Matheson, Emma Dark and introducing Martin Rudman, with a voice over from Fenella Fielding. FRANKULA is available now on Amazon to rent or buy, please remember to leave a review. Art work by Emma Dark.
The Curator and his adorable Honorary Patron Emma Dark
On Saturday The Misty Mooners came out in style to The Phoenix Artist Club to help celebrate The Curator’s birthday in style. There was cake, champagne and a little bit of glamour. Official photographs taken by John Gaffen
The Curator, David Barry and Anita Graham
The Curator and Brian Murphy
Mr and Mrs Moon
The Curator, Brian Murphy, Vera Day and Chris Collins
Jen Morriss, The Curator, Jason Read, Brian Murphy and Linda Regan
Jen Morriss, Vera Day, The Curator, Fenella Fielding and Chris Collins
Jerome Conreen, The Curator, David Barry, Anita Graham and Chris Collins
The Curator with Perry Benson
The Curator and Kim Benson
This year’s winner at The Misty Moon International Film Festival is “Cowboy Ben” directed by Jon Shaikh and Scott Rawsthorne. “Cowboy Ben” is a dark comedy – Ben, a man on the edge, meets a childhood friend in a trendy London bar, but with nothing to lose, it soon becomes clear he has a dark vendetta against the people he blames for his failings.
Watch the film in full by clicking the link:
Hippy Happy Birthday to The Misty Moon Film Society…….we are 8 years old today. What a long way we have come from our humble beginning as a small art and craft fair in our local church hall. Thank you to everyone involved with Misty Moon and to everyone who has ever been to one of our gigs, exhibitions or events. Here’s to many, many more Misty Moons and Happy Halloween…….
The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness has always been The Misty Moon Film Society’s favourite time of year. It is our birthday, we will be 8 years old on Halloween. This year we are celebrating with the return of The Misty Moon International Film Festival on Saturday the 29th October at The Cinema Museum.
We have classic film screenings throughout the day including a FREE screening of “Before Dawn” with a Q&A with the director Dominic Brunt. In the evening the main film festival starts at 7pm with 10 ghoulishly delightful films, all being judged by the best in the business and you the audience choose the winner. The event is FREE and for more details go to http://www.cinemamuseum.org.uk/2016/the-misty-moon-international-film-festival/#more-19188
The calibre of the work submitted to this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival has been of such a high quality that we found it very difficult to choose the finalists, so we added a separate accepted category. These 3 films are fabulous and deserve to be screened.
They are in no particular order:
Me, Baby & The Alligator – Director Jean Faucler
Roseberry Road – Director Sheena Holliday
Mr Dentonn – Director Ivan Villamel
Congratulations to all of them
The Misty Moon Film Society is so proud to announce the FINALISTS for this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival that will be held at the prestigious Cinema Museum in London on Saturday the 29th October in front of our special guest judges
The Finalists are in no particular order:
The Tour – Directors Damon Rickard, Alex Mathieson
Rats – Director Mark Logan
The Barber’s Cut – Director Mark Brocking
Ghost Nets – Director Mark Bousfield
Surgery – Director The Clemens Bros
Cowboy Ben – Director Scott Rawsthorne
Hada – Director Tony Morales
Nasty – Director Prano Bailey-Bond
Cold Caller – Director Philip Cook
The Werewolf’s Greatest Hit – Director Jim Zounis
& a very special cast and crew screening of:
The Neighbours – Director Mark Vella
The Misty Moon International Film Festival – Finalists
On Saturday the 29th October at The Cinema Museum during The Misty Moon International Film Festival “Count Frankula” will premier. A short horror/comedy written by David Barry and starring Caroline Munro, Emma Dark, Judy Matheson, Fenella Fielding and David Barry as Frankie Abbott, this is one horror film that will be begging you for no more chips !!!! Here is our teaser trailer……