Skip to main content

Haunts of the Olde Country

USA, 1993 (MIFF 1994, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Keith Melton

Eleven year old Anthony is on vacation with his family in the 'olde' country where, together, they all visit an old castle. After being banished to the bus for his alleged misbehaviour, Anthony's real tour of the castle begins. Accompanied by the castle's resident ghost, Anthony is turned into a dog by the local witch and meets some of the most famous ghosts in England's history.

Originally shot in 4D, the film is a mind blowing pageant of special effects and rollicking good fun and shows what can happen when you let your imagination run wild!

See also...

Art and Remembrance: The Legacy of Felix Naussbaum

A month before the liberation of Brussels, Felix Naussbaum was sent on the last train to Auschwitz and murdered. While exploring his paintings the film tells about the Holocaust and examines how ... More »

PUBLIC ACCESS

Bryan Singer's debut feature (a controversial Co-winner Grand Jury Prize 1993 Sundance Film Festival) is an edgy tale of the seething morass lurking beneath seamless surfaces, whether they be of ... More »

Portrait of an Artist - Victor Hugo Zayes

Portrait of an Artist details the process of creat­ing a large oil painting. In the words of the artist, "It's the process that's the exciting part. If you come up with a great painting at the ... More »

Kid

Imagination is a powerful thing and the imagi­nation of a child and a child at heart most pow­erful of all. The story of a little boy, his uncle the artist and a runaway rollercoaster car. ... More »

When the Spill Hit Homer

When the Exxon Valdez struck the coast of Prince William Sound, the world waited to see what the immediate consequences of the oil spill would be. But what were the more long term costs of the spill ... More »

CYBERPUNK

In '82 William Gibson published the first ground-breaking series of what he assumed were science-fiction novels (Neuromancer). Since then 90 percent of his'fictional' concepts have come true. Virtual ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director