Principal photography has wrapped on Isolation, a feature-length horror anthology that was filmed during lockdown.
Set many months into the future in a fictional world that is based around the current global pandemic, the anthology is made up of nine standalone yet interconnected tales of people confronting their darkest fears as they attempt to survive. Production on the film began back in March, and the filmmakers were not allowed to use any video conferencing services, instead being asked to rely solely on the equipment and resources they had with them when they entered into lockdown—including cast and crew members—while also adhering to COVID-19 protocols.
Segments were directed by Dennie Gordon (Waco), Larry Fessenden (Depraved), Bobby Roe (The Houses October Built), Andrew Kasch (Tales of Halloween), Zach Passero (Wicked Lake), Christian Pasquariello (Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1), Alexandra Neary, Alix Austin and Keir Siewert, and Kyle I. Kelley and Adam Brown. Distribution talks are already underway.
Words: Samantha McLaren (@themeatispeople)