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An Interview with Award-Winning Director and Writer Laura Smith

Monster’s director, Laura Smith, has been interviewed by Casting Networks International where she talks about her time studying at NFTS; directing short films, television and now her first feature; and her experience working with an array of actors. Talking about Monster, …

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CANNES 2018: MONSTER selected for BREAKING THROUGH THE LENS

    MONSTER was selected to take part in the inaugural BREAKING THROUGH THE LENS investors forum at the CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2018.   Director Laura Smith and Producer Jenny Walker presented MONSTER at an exclusive, invite-only event which showcased 15 …

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CURFEW- brand new sci-fi action series for SKY TV

Laura Smith has been directing 2nd unit on the opening episodes of SKY Television’s brand new sci-fi action series Curfew for Director/Executive Producer Colm McCarthy (THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS).  Curfew tells the story of ordinary people who risk everything …

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IndieWire selects Monster as a highlight of the Frontières Market

Horror legend Michael Gingold at IndieWire described Monster as “an intriguing marriage of the psychological and the visceral” and a highlight of the “fascinating range of projects unveiled during Frontières’ seventh edition”.     Frontières is the Cannes Film Festival …

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Monster Pitches at the Frontières Market at the Fantasia International Film Festival 19th – 22nd July 2018

  MONSTER was one of 10 European projects selected to pitch at the Frontières International Financing and Co-Production Market in Montreal, alongside 9 projects from North America.   Frontières is hosted by the Fantasia International Film Festival and supported by …

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MONSTER Selected For FRONTIÈRES 2018

MONSTER has been officially selected for FRONTIÈRES, an international co-production and networking platform, held at the FANTASIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL in partnership with the CANNES FILM FESTIVAL’s Marché du Film.         FRONTIERES: NURTURING GENRE FILMS: FRONTIÈRES was specifically …

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