Elmsta 3000 Horror Fest: Hillbilly Horror Tribute - The Final Chapter

Sustainable farming, the hillbilly way.

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Saatchi Stockholm and director Oskar Bard at Hobby release another short film for Swedish horror film festival Elmsta 3000 featuring the creepy hillbillies. This time, the focus is on life at the farm -- and how sustainable hillbillies go about hunting and gathering. The film is released on Facebook today, just one day before the film festival begins. Previous episodes featuring the hillbillies included users trying to "save" a man from being slashed into pieces and the gory aftermath.

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Credits
Date
Sep 23, 2011
Agency:
Saatchi & Saatchi Stockholm
Client:
Elmsta 3000 Horror Fest
Prod. Co.:
Hobby Film
Director:
Oskar Bard
Director:
Linda Callenholt
Director of Photography:
Mattias Rudh
Casting:
Adam W Zetterqvist
Sound Technician:
Johanna Printz
Producer:
Steven Peterson
Copywriter:
Petter Dixelius
Post Production:
Stopp Johan Boije
Post Production:
Annika Pehrson
Sound:
Stopp Edward Bjorner
Editing:
Haken Warn
Music:
The Shit/Musical Super Circus/Matte
Weapon Tech:
Anders Lexne
Explosion:
Martin Högberg – Arch Light
Stunts:
Oskar Bard
Stunts:
Gustav Egerstedt
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