Arran Bradstock's Films

Biography

16 year old Arran Bradstock has been making short films since he was 10.  He has made 7 films and is currently working on another narrative short. His films are produced using the name Three Degree Productions.

 Somnium. 2010

Tag line: 'Someone in the woods is watching'  Running time:  9 minutes 30 seconds

Filmed in August and September 2010 this film was completed in time for the Fresh Film festival in March 2011 where Arran won a highly commended prize for editing at that festival. Somnium was also screened at the Fastnet Film Festival in May 2011 and at The Ballinamore International Film festival in August where it won an award for Best Youth Horror. It also screened at the Four River Film Festival in Croatia in September 2011.

Somnium Jpeg


‘My Trip To India’ 2009

Arran presented, directed and edited this short documentary which is about his experiences on his first journey to India. In the Autumn of 2009 Arran traveled to New Delhi and up to the Indian Himalayas to the village of McCloud Ganj. 

Running time: 9 minutes 30 seconds


The documentary was shortlisted at the Fastnet Short film festival in the under 22 category and won 3rd prize at the The Fresh Film Festival in the under 13's category in 2010. this film won Best Youth documentary at the Ballinamore International Film Festival in 2011

Arran Bradstock filming in India Arran having breakfast in Gaddhi village


'Shooter' 

A short fictional film about a murder.

'Shooter' starred Bobby Wolfe and was directed, edited, filmed and written by Arran Bradstock.

Running time: 1 minute 30 seconds  


'Stab! The Daytime Murder'

This is a short film about a shocking murder by a horrible monster!

It was highly commended for production in the under 13s category in the Fresh Film Festival 2009.

'Stab!' The Daytime Murder' starred and was directed, edited, filmed and written by Arran Bradstock and was made in one day.

STAB, The Daytime Murder JPEG

Running time: 2 minutes 30 seconds


'Stab!'

A short film about an unexpected caller in the night... 

It was highly commended for production in the under 13s category in the Fresh Film Festival 2009.

'Stab!' The Daytime Murder' starred and was directed, edited, filmed and written by Arran Bradstock.

STAB jpeg

Running time: 2 minutes


'Friday the Thirteenth' 

'Friday the Thirteenth' was Arran's first short fictional film and starred Donagh Riordan, Bobby Wolfe and Arran Bradstock. It is the story of two boys who must find a way to vanquish an evil monster, before it's too late! It was filmed by Robb Bradstock was directed, edited and written by Arran Bradstock.


'The Shoot'

This a short documentary is about the making of a rock video which Arran presented and co-directed in 2008. It was Arran's first film, and his first editing experience was making the trailer

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