creepy pasta salad

Digithon Cinema | Creepy Pasta Salad

BAFTA shortlisted Creepy Pasta Salad, is a new Welsh, 2D, animated, comedy short from Winding Snake Productions.  Written and directed by Lauren Orme and produced by Amy Morris, featuring the voices of Adam Buxton, Ruth Madoc, Eve Myles and Richard Harrington. Made with support from the BFI NET.WORK at Ffilm Cymru Wales.
It’s Halloween in a small Welsh town. Elin works in a call centre and is anxious about her health.  Trefor is probably dead, and is worried about the gas bill and Cari is a lonely goth, preparing for the apocalypse.   As their lives traverse things start to get better. Elin grows into her beard, Trefor stops worrying about his bill and Cari finally meets someone.

Creepy Pasta Salad from Lauren Orme on Vimeo.

Written and Directed by Lauren Orme
Produced by Amy Morris
Technical Director Dani Abram
Original Score by Phil Brookes
Sound Design by Hoot Studios
Edited by Tim Hawkins

Produced by Winding Snake Productions with support from Ffilm Cymru Wales & BFI NET.WORK in association with Western Edge Pictures & Gennaker Group.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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