The Dark Outside films next month
Filming starts in mid-November in north Wales on The Dark Outside, a feature from the makers of BBC war drama Close to the Enemy.
The Dark Outside is a gothic folk tale set in the dark hills of Snowdonia during the industrial revolution.
It marks the feature debut of writer/director William McGregor, whose credits as a TV director include One of Us, Poldark and Misfits.
Endor Productions' Hilary Bevan Jones and Tom Nash produce.
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Endor recently wrapped The Nine, a major new drama series for Fox created by Matthew Parkhill. The 8 x 60 espionage thriller used locations including Casablanca and London, and is the first regional scripted commission for Fox Networks Group Europe and Africa.
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