My Cherry Pie Directors Addison Heath and Jasmine Jakupi Talk Aussie Indie Horror, Roger Ward, and Delicious Dialogue in This Interview

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My Cherry Pie is one of the brilliant Aussie horror films screening at the online film fest: A NIGHT OF HORROR INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. With a clear adoration for horror cinema, My Cherry Pie is a gruesome and hilarious dive into the world of criminals who end up in the wrong part of the country, and in deadly strife. Certain to delight horror fans, this is a genuinely exciting entry into the all-too-sparse Aussie horror film canon.

Co-directors Addison Heath and Jasmine Jakupi talk about their influences, how they made the film in rural Victoria, and turning Sotiris Tzelios into a Roger Ward-lookalike in this interview. Make sure to check out My Cherry Pie when A NIGHT OF HORROR lands on October 18th.

Andrew F Peirce

Andrew is passionate about Australian cinema, Australian politics, Australian culture, and Australia in general. Found regularly talking online about Sweet Country, and reminding people to watch Young Adult.

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