“TERRORMISU!” BY ANGEL ROSE & JOSH QUINTON

DIRECTOR'S NAME: ANGEL ROSE & JOSH QUINTON / COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: UK / DURATION: 3'36" / MUSIC: DANGER – THE FLIRTS MADE IN JAPAN – NANCY NOVA / CAST: JOSH QUINTON, DANIEL LISMORE, PRINCESS JULIA, CHRISTOS TOLERA, LOUIE BANKS, MOLLY OSHEA, ROB GARDNER, LILY DEAN, ALEXANDRA MOON-AGE, MICH DULCE, ANGEL ROSE / DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: NIKOLAI GALITZINE / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: ANGEL ROSE / STYLIST: ALEXANDRA MOON-AGE / HAIR: SAMI KNIGHT / MAKE-UP: MIKA JACK DANIEL JOHNSON 

SHORT FILM SYNOPSIS:
Terrormisu! is the latest creation of artist Angel Rose and filmmaker Josh Quinton, a pair who's stylistic sensibilities lurk in the land where the alternative underground meets fantastical pop. Terrormisu! features an all-star cast of clubland personalities from past till present. Not only does the film star London’s current creatures of the night, but also, a few living legends of the Blitz era; a cross-generational nod to the scene that started it all. Adorned with surreal creations from Carianne Moore and milliner Mich Dulce, we witness this cast of creeps collectively summon “The Spirit” (played by Daniel Lismore) to the table. Thus we are served a perfect metaphor that echoes the ethos of the film: celebration of a community that embraces the creative spirit.
 
SHORT DIRECTOR BIO:
Angel Rose
Hailing from Hollywood California, Angel Rose moved to London to pursue a lifestyle of creativity and debauchery. A recent graduate of Goldsmiths University, her work explores trash culture and the darker side of glamour, combining the kitsch and the macabre in her performance art and pop videos. She has performed live at events such as Jodie Harsh’s Circus, Eat Your Heart Out and for Illamasqua Cosmetics.
Josh Quinton
Josh Quinton dropped out of film school to devote his life to his greatest love, disco. After establishing himself as a DJ in East London and running a string of successful vintage pop-up stalls, he became known for his distinct visual style which was informed by both the club scene and vintage culture – 70s decadence meets camp kitsch. This style then became the main staple of his short films, which he stars in and co-creates with Angel Rose.
 
 
 
 
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