Sulphur is a macabre, experimental take on folk-horror – a short film improvised during the pagan celebrations of bonfire night in Lewes, Sussex.

The film follows the descent of a young couple, falling into a rabbit hole of intoxication, pagan ritual, celebrate and hostility. As they lose each other, they also lose their grip on reality…

A fusion of documentary and improvised narrative – production of the film saw the actors and two crews cast into the cauldron of Lewes’ annual bonfire festivities.

Written and Directed by Christopher Ian Smith – Sulphur also features a soundtrack with the analogue electronics of Concretism  and edited by audiovisual master Xavier Perkins (Exceeda)