BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO

BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO

Drama | Italy/Great Britain 2012

Directed by: Peter Strickland

1976: A timid sound engineer (Toby Jones) arrives in Italy to work on a mysterious horror film, mixing bloodcurdling screams with the grotesque sounds of hacked vegetables. But as the onscreen violence seeps into his consciousness reality and fantasy become blurred and a nightmare starts to awake...

Daringly original and masterfully constructed, this inspired homage to 70s Giallo horror is a devastating assault on the eyes, ears and brain, drawing comparisons with the films of David Lynch and being hailed as a modern cult masterpiece.

CAST:

Gilderoy.............TOBY JONES

Francesco Coraggio.............COSIMO FUSCO

Giancarlo Santini.............ANTONIO MANCINO

Silvia as Teresa.............FATMA MOHAMED

Fabio.............SALVATORE LI CAUSI

Elisa as Teresa.............CHIARA D'ANNA

Elena.............TONIA SOTIROPOULOU

Claudia as Monica.............EUGENIA CARUSO

Lorenzo.............GUIDO ADORNI

Chiara as Signora Collatina.............LARA PARMIANI

Massimo.............JOZEF CSERES

Massimo (2).............PÁL TÓTH

The Goblin.............JEAN-MICHEL VAN SCHOUWBURG

 

CREW:

Written & directed by PETER STRICKLAND
Produced by KEITH GRIFFITHS, MARY BURKE
Co-Producer HANS W. GEIßENDÖRFER
Executive Producers ROBIN GUTCH, HUGO HEPPELL, KATHERINE BUTLER, MICHAEL WEBER
Cinematography NIC KNOWLAND (B.S.C.)
Editing CHRIS DICKENS
Production Design JENNIFER KERNKE
Original Music BROADCAST, written & performed by JAMES CARGILL & TRISH KEENAN
Supervising Sound Editor JOAKIM SUNDSTRÖM
Sound Recordist STEVE HAYWOOD
Line Producer NICKY EARNSHAW
1st Assistant Director ALEX RENDELL
Post Production Supervisor GISELA EVERT
Music Supervisor PHIL CANNING
Costume Design JULIAN DAY
Hair & Make-Up KAREN HARTLEY THOMAS

Production Details:
An Illuminations Films / Warp X Production for Film4, UK Film Council, Screen Yorkshire and Geissendoerfer Film- & Fernsehproduktion KG in association with Madman Entertainment Pty Limited and The Match Factory. Made with the support of the UK Film Council's Film Fund and Development Fund. Made with the support of Screen Yorkshire Production Fund. Developed with the assistance of Film4.

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