Through The Looking Glass
Through the Looking Glass is a dark psychological horror. Living alone in a foreboding house in the country The Artist is now a desperate man at odds with his work and unable to paint.
When he discovers a mysterious mirror left on his doorstep he soon becomes wracked by horrific visions.
Beguiled by the mirror his work becomes fuelled by these visions as he paints like never before.
However disturbing things soon begin to happen, escalating with each vision, the mirror’s grip on The Artist tightens.
Can The Artist untangle himself from the mirrors creeping influence before it's too late?
Craig GriffithDirectorThe Long Road
Craig GriffithWriterThe Long Road
Craig GriffithProducerThe Long Road, Nightvision, Little Blue Spot
Paul McCarthyKey CastGrange Hill
Jonathan RhodesKey Cast
Runtime:1 hour 28 minutes
Production Budget:20,000 GBP
Country of Origin:United Kingdom
Country of Filming:United Kingdom
Aspect Ratio:16:9 crop
Winner Best Horror SBFF 2007Swansea Bay, Wales
August 25, 2015
Craig is an award-winning director born in Cardiff, Wales. As a seven year old he became passionate about film making after his parents gave him a Super 8 camera for his birthday and he quickly set about making "film stars" of all his family and friends.
He first began writing as a teenager when he joined the Orbit Youth Theatre gaining his first experience of acting, writing and directing.
In 1989 Craig worked for independent production company White Elephant as Director of Photography shooting half-hour adaptations of Shakespeare plays.
In 1995 he enrolled at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design. After three years he left SIAD with a BA Hon's Film Degree.
Next Craig formed his own production company The Workshop Presents… making many short films (notably the award winning LITTLE BLUE SPOT which also played the BBC short film festival), as well as music promos and commercials.
He also worked as a director for several production companies such as Angelic, Corkscrew and Addiction.
In 2000 Craig joined London Management where he developed several scripts. In 2002 he joined Renting Eyeballs where he directed music videos aired on MTV.
Craig made his debut feature film entitled THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. The film screened at festivals worldwide and won the award for Best Horror at SBFF 2007. It has since been picked up for Worldwide Rights by US distributor Continuum and has recently been released in the US in partnership with eOne Films.
Also in 2007 Craig co-founded production company Go Faster Stripe directing live comedy DVDs for artists such as Stewart Lee, Richard Herring, Simon Munnery and Robin Ince.
In 2012 Craig co-created and directed The Nightvision Experiment, an on-line horror experience developed in conjunction with Channel 4 starring Keith Allen (Trainspotting), Shazad Latif (Spooks) and Ray Quinn.
Craig is currently in postproduction on his second feature film THE LONG ROAD. The film will be ready for the market early next year.
In addition he has several projects in development including a slate of feature films in partnership with Banshee Productions, a six part surreal comedy entitled PICTURESHOW, a three-part TV drama entitled HOME SWEET HOME and a web series called BAR BOYS.
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS (feature)- Director/Writer:
Distrib – Continuum/eOne Films.
Winner best horror feature SBFF 2007.
LITTLE BLUE SPOT (short) - Director/Writer:
Winner of Best Student Film and Best Comedy at the SFF 1997.
THE LONG ROAD – Road movie in Post-Production
DARKWOOD – Horror in development
EVOLUTION CELL – Thriller in development
REBOUND – Sci-Fi in development
STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW – Comedy drama in development
NIGHTVISION - Channel 4 staring Keith Allen, Ray Quinn and Shazad Latif
BAR BOYS – On line comedy series in development
PICTURESHOW – Sitcom in development
HOME SWEET HOME – Drama in development
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SWITCHCARD KILLER - Director/Writer
DEBRIS - Director/Wrier
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CLEAR Promo “Johnny Marr was a mistake” - Director/Writer
DJ SVARRE Promo “Gamebox” - Director/Writer