Fantasia 2014: New Artwork For Irish Sci-Fi Horror BLACK HORIZON

Andrew Mack, Contributing Writer
As the Frontieres International Co-Production Market looms ever closer we have another Off Frontieres project which has some new artwork to share with you. 

The folks behind the Irish sci-fi horror project Black Horizon will be in Montreal to show off their upcoming flick. They have a nifty new poster to share with you. The other projects the designers have worked on is quite impressive as well. 

Tailored Films from Ireland will be attending with their sci-fi horror project Black Horizon, written and directed by Canadian-Irish director George Kane. The artwork was designed by Annie Atkins in conjunction with Jonathon McGonnell. Annie has received critical acclaim for her work and was the lead graphic designer for The Grand Budapest Hotel, while illustrator Jonathan McGonnell also has an impressive portfolio, having produced concept art for popular shows such as Penny Dreadful and Vikings among many others.

The film is a about a group of friends who go camping and wake up in a dark, endless void. As they run out of food, fuel and light; the friends start to turn on each other and things take a turn for the surreal.  

"The film is a Bermuda triangle type story. The concept for the poster came out of the 'everyone is a suspect' mentality," says George Kane. "We liked the idea of each person pointing a torch at the next, and the continuous loop that this presents overhead."
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