WHO’S IN IT?
Ella Hunt (Robot Overlords), Malcolm Cumming (film debut), Sarah Swire (God Help the Girl), Christopher Leveaux (Love Me Till Monday), Ben Wiggins (Cam2Cam), Marli Siu (film debut), Mark Benton (Career Girls), Paul Kaye (It’s All Gone Pete Tong), Calum Cormack (film debut), Euan Bennet (film debut), Sean Connor (Cleek), Janet Lawson (film debut), Kirsty Strain (Up There), Ella Jarvis (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
John McPhail (Where Do We Go From Here?), director; Alan McDonald (film debut) and Ryan McHenry (film debut), writers; Naysun Alae-Carew (film debut), Nicholas Crum (film debut) and Tracy Jarvis (film debut), producers; Roddy Hart (film debut) and Tommy Reilly (film debut), composers; Sara Deane (Hard Boiled Sweets), cinematographer; Mark Hermida (film debut), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
It’s Christmas, and the sleepy town of Little Haven is in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, forcing local student Anna (Hunt) and her friends to fight, slash, and even sing their way through the raving horde of the undead in order to reach their loved ones…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A zombie movie mixed with a Christmas film which is also a musical (yes, really), Anna and the Apocalypse proves that fighting the undead has never been more jovial time to sing about life and its festivities.