MINE is an award-winning dark comedy short written by David Scullion and directed by Simon Berry, starring Priscilla Gray and Tony Goodall. The direction of photography is by Ben Kent, the editing is by James Burt and the coloring by Will Hammond. The music is by Handless Man. For the full credits click here.
Fifty years of marriage. Fifty years of love and happiness. Fifty years of lies. When Walter steps on a live land mine in a remote field in England, he finds himself at the mercy of his wife Diane, who has recently unearthed a deadly secret buried in their past. As the tension mounts and truths are unraveled, Walter and Diane’s relationship speeds towards an explosive climax.
Simon Berry is an award-winning London based filmmaker with a passion for creating anything from short films to sport films, horror films to fight scenes. With a background in extreme-sports he started as a professional free-runner/gymnast and went to work in feature films choreographing and performing stunts to create exciting and dynamic visuals. Following an injury he returned to working behind the camera, shooting sports as well as corporate, commercial and branded content for some of the world’s leading brands as a shooting producer/director. His second short film “Mine” was shot in the beautiful Kent countryside and has been an official selection at film festivals both in UK and USA, having won the Audience Choice Award at the 2016 San Diego Film Festival. Simon is currently working on his new short film which is due for release in June 2017.
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