A HORROR film directed by an Aberdeen storeman will be sent to film festivals around the country.
The film was created by a five-strong team in Aberdeen including Drew Mewse.
The 30-year-old storeman from Sheddocksley directed the 15-minute film in Bucksburn.
Drew completed a course in multimedia and design production at Aberdeen College when he was 23, but since then has just pursued film-making as a hobby.
He said: “We’ve finished filming and we are just in production, doing the editing and one of my friends is composing the score to give it a professional touch.
“We are hoping to get it ready by the beginning of October. We’re going to try to get it round the film festivals.
Filming took place around three weeks ago over two, 11-hour days with the budget entirely out of the group’s pockets.
The plot is about a married couple, with a wife who is cheating on her husband. She keeps trying to hide her infidelity but it continues to come back to haunt her in her mind, often with paranormal consequences.
She is driven mad by guilt and eventually kills her husband.