Double Date

 
A gem of a debut feature, Benjamin Barfoot's Double Date is one of the best British horror/comedy icks since Shaun of the Dead. Broad humour meets situational comedy, populated with likeable characters and a streak of bloody crimson. You can clearly see the heart that's threaded through every frame of Double Date. It shines like a beacon, and helps solidify the film as an instant cult classic. As long as you don't expect the horror to outweigh the comedy, Double Date is going to take you out for the time of your life. It really is that good. (Gareth Jones, DreadCentral.com)

Director's Biography
Benjamin Barfoot
Benjamin Barfoot is a self-taught filmmaker from Devon, UK. Filmmaking is in his family – his grandfather Peter Draper worked as a screenwriter with Oliver Reed and Orson Welles. Beginning at age ten Barfoot shot 8mm animated movies and music videos, later he worked a variety of jobs for BBC and MTV. He made several short films, more recently he has focused on viral comedies. “Double Date” is his feature debut.

Film Selection: Double Date (2017) — Fist (2016, short) — Where Did It All Go Ron? (2012, short) — Who Is Albert Plum? (2012, short) — Fuse (2010, short)
Nachtsicht | Night Sight 2018
Benjamin Barfoot
Great Britain 2017
color
90 minutes
English
OV
Screenplay Danny Morgan
Cinematography Laura Bellingham
Editing Benjamin Barfoot
Sound/Sounddesign Tarn Willers
Music Goat
With Michael Socha, Georgia Groome, Danny Morgan, Kelly Wenham
Producer(s) Matthew James Wilkinson, Maggie Monteith
Production
Stigma Films
Austrian Premiere
Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere