Principal photography has wrapped on Gary Shore’s Holidays segment St. Patrick’s Day
Principal photography has wrapped on Irish director Gary Shore’s St. Patrick’s Day, part of an anthology film called Holidays produced by Distant Corners Entertainment and XYZ Films.
The film will a collection of subversive short horror films, each inspired by a different celebration. These will include the Dracula Untold director’s effort, as well as Valentine’s Day, directed by Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch (Starry Eyes); Easter, directed by Nicholas McCarthy (The Pact); Mothers’ Day, directed by Sarah Adina Smith (The Midnight Swim); Fathers’ Day, directed by Anthony Scott Burns (Manifold); Christmas, directed by Scott Stewart (Dark Skies); and finally Hollow Ian, directed by Kevin Smith (Clerks).
As well as directing the segment Artane born Shore is also producing on behalf of ArtCastle Productions. The segment features Love/Hate and Grabbers star Ruth Bradley, who is currently lighting up the screen in Channel 4 sc-fi drama Humans, and will next be seen in Paul Mercier’s Fleadh-bound Pursuit.
The film was recently shopped to distributors at the European Film Market, with XYZ handling international sales. There is currently no word on a release date for Holidays.