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.