Noah Carson, Keeley Forsyth, Mark Stobbart, Alex Lowe
Country of Origin
Director of Photography: Mark Wolf
Editor: Andrew Hulme, Nicolas Chaudeurge
Produced by: Christine Alderson
Music: Kevin Pollard
Screenplay by: Andrew Hulme
Production Designer: John Stevenson
Sound Production: Ludovic Lasserre, Paul Davies, Andrew Stirk
With over 25 years experience working as one of the UK's top film editors, Andrew transitioned to directing in 2013. His first feature film, Snow In Paradise, screened in the Un Certain Regard strand of Cannes Film Festival 2014. As an editor, he has worked prominently with director Paul McGuigan, editing films such as Acid House (1998), Gangster No. 1 (2000) and Lucky Number Slevin (2005).
The Devil Outside
Part of the Best of British Strand
Brought up in the world of evangelical Christianity, teenager Robert (Noah Carson) has been raised believing that evil is lurking just outside his front door. At school his beliefs are questioned, and he soon finds himself caught between his mother (Keeley Forsyth) and his new friend, foul-mouthed and rebellious Marcus (Daniel Frogson). When Robert finds a body in the woods he realises that God has sent him a sign, albeit a strange one. A coming of age film about religion, madness and repressed sexuality from talented writer-director Andrew Hulme (Snow in Paradise).