Now Available Online: Hell’s Bells

We’re delighted to be able to announce that after screening with us in the back of a mobile cinema last weekHell’s Bells is now available to watch online!

Hell's Bells

This, one of our favourite short films of the year, is produced by Devon-based film and theatre company, Wandering Tiger. And this, its official online premiere will go live on May Day, Tuesday 1 May 2018.

Made with the support of Creative England and the BFI NET.WORK, Hell’s Bells tells the story of a young woman who has been brainwashed by Morris dancers.

The award-winning short has been screened at festivals across the country and is now being released online to coincide with May Day celebrations.

Luke Jeffery, writer/director of Hell’s Bells, says: “Forget everything you know about this ancient British pastime, we’re going to show you Morris dancing like you’ve never seen it before!”

And so… without further ado, here it is!  We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

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