Casper Jean Rimbaud - Director


Filmmaker, poet and novelist Casper Jean Rimbaud was born in Bradford England before emigrating to Melbourne Australia where he developed his crafts working in local theatre, as well as writing in various independent publications and poetry magazines. Having suffered numerous mental health issues throughout his teens, Rimbaud often incorporated themes of mental illness and psychiatric disorder into his work. His first alien abduction horror novel Post Encounter was published in 2015, and was followed with a film prequel High Strangeness which he both wrote and directed. Rimbaud describes his film work as 'psychiatric horror', a horror based in the mind bending qualities of psychosis, imitating actual psychotic and paranoiac states "... for the entertainment of the good folks at home..." His primary cinematic influences include Stanley Kubrick, John Carpenter and Ed Wood Jr.

Juan Monzon - Composer

Juan Monzón, a.k.a. Moloch 11811, is a Spanish musician based in Canary Islands.

Although he has been the lead vocal in local epic metal bands for 20 years, in the last 12 years has developed an experimental style influenced by Mike Oldfield or Sunn O)).

With his music he looks for inspiring fear in the audience.

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Philippe Mora - Executive Producer

Painter, writer, film director, Philippe Mora is a legendary Australian artist with classic film titles such as Mad Dog Morgan starring Dennis Hopper, and Communion with Christopher Walken just to name a few. 

Destiny West - Producer

Destiny West was born in Perth, Western Australia. She started writing horror professionally in 2000 whilst living in the UK. Since then she has written numerous short stories and won 'best short horror story of 2004' award for her story Craven. In 2004 she started working as an interviewer for underground American horror publication Red Scream Magazine, before being promoted to Non Fiction Editor and then Editor in Chief. Destiny was known for her unique style of interviews, set in a dungeon, with the interview in a story style mode. Her first novel Lamia was published in 2007, and became labeled as too extreme for mainstream, because of its erotica/horror content. Destiny moonlighted as a mainstream journalist for nearly 10 years with her own column in a newspaper. In 2016 she set up a film production company with fellow writer/film maker Casper Jean Rimbaud.

Destiny is also the Editor for the Australian Film Network Journal, she is head of Oz Femme Fatales of Horror which celebrates Australian women in horror; and she also co-hosts a podcast called Ozploitation.
Destiny says her love for horror began at a very early age, when she saw her first Hammer Horror film and fell in love with Dracula and vampires in general.

Destiny suffers from an inoperable brain tumour (which she says is where she keeps her dark imagination) she also has Trigeminal neuralgia. Regardless of her disabilities Destiny loves creating films, and will let nothing stand in her way. 

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ShelleyAnne Russell -  Assistant Producer/Creative Assistant

All round creative, Shelleyanne is a talented artist in various mediums and assisted on crew in various roles on set included but not limited to, set design, special effects makeup and costuming. Shelleyanne also acted in High Strangeness as Mrs. White, and is the real life Mother of 3 of the young actresses in the film. 

Nick Wright - ADR  
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Nick Wright is a film graduate from Curtin University and loves working with sound in film and all facets of filmmaking. 
Nick says some of the most rewarding parts of filming is the on set interactions and jokes as well as working on the product and 
seeing the final thing on the full screen. I love working with people and am keen to work in the industry.