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Title card of the short horror film BFF. Empty street. A figure heads to a car with an open boot, someone is under the car.
Official selection laurel for the 2015 Limelight Film Awards in the Horror Category
Film poster for horror short, BFF. A black and white forest showing the back of a stylised solitary figure in coluorblock

The beauty of BFF lies in its simplicity. No dialogue, just minimalist audio and a piano-centric score. The short tale of a zombie roaming a wasteland looking for something from her past is one that has to be seen to be appreciated.


The acting is superb and the undead make-up designs brought to life (so to speak) by Mica Guttridge is extremely impressive.


Shot in the streets around Norwich, one would have difficulty believing the whole thing was shot and cut in a single day.


Much like The Erased Line, BFF went on to be nominated for a Limelight Award in the horror category, as presented by Alex Zane. The Mints regrettably missed out on a win but the experience was still an extremely pleasing one.


BFF was released in 2014.

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