Ghost Train picks up Spanish award for Tom Comerford’s cinematography
Great news from Spain where Lee Cronin’s memorising short horror Ghost Train has picked up the award for Best Cinematography at the Cryptshow Festival.
This latest award was given for the work of cinematographer Tom Comerford and his camera team. Comerford is fast establishing a name for himself, having worked with Brandan Muldowney on Savage and Love Eternal. His work can next be seen in Mark Noonan’s You’re Ugly Too, before his reteaming with Muldowney on the eagerly antipated Pilgrimage.
Last year Ghost Train picked up three awards at the 23rd Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival in Spain, winning Best Special Effects, 2nd Prize from the Jury, as well as The Melies d’Argent award for Best European Fantastic Film. The film also won the Jury Award for Best Short Film at the San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival in Spain.
Ghost Train has featured at close to 50 international film festivals since its premiere at Clermont-Ferrand in February 2014.