A unique seven minute film has been unveiled by Brian May whose production house has created the innovative experience “One Night In Hell”. The film made its bow in Hollywood in September in preparation to its running at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights event from September 18th to November 1st.
The short film, produced by Unanico Group and Duck Productions in association with The London Stereoscopic Company, features an original soundtrack by Brian May, has launched at over 20 film festivals worldwide, was given five stars in the British press, proclaimed by Esquire to be the “best film you’ll see all Halloween,” and hit the number one spot for short films on iTunes.
Using an innovative combination of CGI, 2D and stop motion animation, the film brings to life, for the first time, the Diableries stereo cards that have fascinated devotees for over 150 years and inspired the earliest film-makers, including Georges Méliès. Adapted from the book, “Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell” by Brian May, Denis Pellerin and Paula Fleming, the film is a satanic 6 minutes and 66 seconds long, styled after the traditional Diableries stereo cards from 19th century France.
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