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Exclusive Pictures For Upcoming Short ‘For Her’

We at PopHorror are pretty excited about the upcoming short For Her directed by Daniel Mark Young. After watching his previous short, Run, we knew anything coming at us from Young was going to be a real treat. Today we got some brand new production stills from the filming of the short, as well as a few older pictures that have been recolored. We’re all excited to see this short once it’s finally complete!

The official synopsis for For Her…

Jonathan and Elizabeth are deeply in love, but their relationship is tested when Elizabeth becomes afflicted by a devastating illness. Follow Jonathan’s emotional journey as he struggles to deal with inevitable tragedy and discover what lengths he’s willing to go For Her…

Besides Daniel Mark Young, For Her… has writer/producer James Craigie, cinematographer/producer Michelle Barry, makeup and FX artist Lisa Mathieson, composer Adam Woodhams, actress Mari Beaseley and casting director/producer Martine Beaseley on board, all of whom worked together on Run. This time around, the crew has added actresses Wonder Woman’s Kattreya Scheurer-Smith and Natasha Killip (Chronology 2015), actor Derek Nelson (Dark Is the Night 2016) and camera operator Darrell Pringle (Massive Attack: Eleven Promos 2001).

Here’s the Indiegogo pitch trailer:

Also, they’ve started a production diary that you can visit here that keeps you up to date on how filming is going and what kind of problems or successes that the filmmakers have had to date. Although this diary has just started today, we are hoping that the crew will take the time to post more videos as the behind the scenes story of For Her… progresses.

Just like I promised, here are the brand new production stills. Enjoy!

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Hiding out in the lonely Quiet Corner in Northeastern Connecticut, Tracy Allen has been an avid horror movie since she was a young girl. Growing up in the '80s, Tracy has lived through many a change in musical stylings and movie trends, and uses that history to come up with as many colorful, well-rounded reviews as possible.

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