Hell’s Bells

Rosie Dean doesn’t look like a typical Morris dancer, but something about her local group has drawn her in to the extent that she has cut off all contact with her friends and family…

Read more about the making of Hell’s Bells here.

“Like a condensed episode of Black Mirror, Jeffery’s film is pitch perfect when it comes to creating that dark tone out of something seemingly banal and slightly silly.”UK Film Review

“Directed by Luke Jeffery, this atmospheric chiller takes us into the darkness that is morris dancing. Surprisingly, this one isn’t played for laughs and is remarkably creepy.” STARBURST Magazine

“In Hell’s Bells Luke Jeffery has managed to combine age-old paranoia and present-day fears with a deft prescience that’s sure to have an enduring appeal.”D&C Film

Upcoming Screenings

Book Tickets

Past Screenings

(November 2017)

Audience Choice Award
(May 2017)

HOME Manchester
iShorts Showcase
(January 2017)

Two Short Nights
Local Talent Screening
(December 2016)

Sponsored by

Rosie Dean – Magda Cassidy
Howard Webb – Charlie Coldfield
Mr. Dean – Richard Feltham
Mrs. Dean – Marie Cassidy
Arthur – Josh Fedrick
The Fool – Matthew Lawrenson
The Green Man – Philip Kingslan John

Written & Directed by
Luke Jeffery

Produced by
Charlie Coldfield &
Jocelyn Chandler-Hawkins

Director of Photography
Ross Gill

Art Director
Sarah Vigars

Soundtrack by
Bizarre Rituals

First Assistant Director
Benjamin Akira Tallamy

Sound Recordist
James Stewart

Sound Design
Benjamin Hudson

Camera Assistants
Nick Loven
Jacob Brandon

Hair & Make Up
Hannah Bailey
Beth Berwick
Iola Weir

Make Up Design
Hannah Kate Marshall

Title Design

Sound Mix
Benjamin Osborn

Special Thanks
Dartington Morris Men
Bleep Communications
Ewins Aerial
Hillrigs Ltd
Patrick Management
The Bike Shed Theatre
Four of Swords
Exeter Phoenix
The Tally Ho, Littlehempston
Poltimore House Trust
Red Rock Brewery