Synopsis

CENSOR is the unsettling tale of film censor Enid, who discovers an eerily familiar horror film that speaks directly to her past. As she unravels the mystery behind the film, she is dragged into a twisted fairytale, blurring the line between fiction and reality.  Steeped in 1980s aesthetics, CENSOR is an atmospheric and suspenseful love letter to the horror classics of the past.

Director Prano Bailey-Bond

Writer Prano Bailey-Bond, Anthony Fletcher

Cast Niamh Algar (The Virtues, Calm With Horses) alongside Michael Smiley (Jawbone, Kill List), Vincent Franklin (Gentleman Jack, Bodyguard), Nicholas Burns (Ghost Stories, Nathan Barley), Adrian Schiller (Victoria, The Last Kingdom), and Sophia La Porta (Hulu’s Four Weddings and a Funeral, Been So Long).

Producers Helen Jones and Executive Producers Andy Starke (Rook Films), Ant Timpson (Timpson Films) & Kim Newman.

Production Credits Silver Salt Films, BFI, FILM4, FFILM CYMRU WALES

Prano Bailey-Bond

After attending the London College of Printing (now the London College of Communication), Bailey-Bond started out in post-production, eventually working as an editor and music-video director whilst making short films: 2015’s Nasty screened at more than 100 festivals and made the longlist for the BIFA best British short award in 2016.