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Enzo Tedeschi’s ‘Deadhouse Dark’ to compete in Canneseries

Enzo Tedeschi’s ‘Deadhouse Dark’ to compete in Canneseries

Nicholas Hope in an episode of ‘Deadhouse Dark’ (Photo: Lauren Orrell).

Enzo Tedeschi’s horror anthology Deadhouse Dark will have its world premiere in the short form competition at Canneseries, the only Australian entry in the event which runs alongside the Miptv market in Cannes.

The other nine contenders are Broder (Argentina), Dog Days (Canada), Christmas on Blood Mountain (Norway), Cryptid (Sweden), First Person (Canada), Replay (France), The Writers. A Short Series (Poland), Tony (Argentina) and Zero Day (Us).

Jamie Bamber is the president of the short form competition jury, serving with Erin Moriarty and French actor/filmmaker Timothée Hochet.

The award of Best Short Form Series will be presented during the festival’s closing ceremony on April 1.

Screen Australia and Screen Queensland funded the series of six short horror films for YouTube and Tedeschi’s deadhouse.tv, anchored by a woman who orders a ‘mystery box’ from the dark web,

See full article on IF.com.au