Polaroid – short, Norway, 2015 – reviews

Polaroid is a 2015 Norwegian horror short film written and directed by Lars Klevberg (Child’s Play, 2019). The movie stars Annika Witt, Thea Sofie Loch Næss and Anne Cloetta.

Plot:

Two girls are moving out after Sarah’s mother has passed away. During the house clearance, they discover an old Polaroid camera possessed by a dark past…

Release:

The positive reception that this short received at festivals led to it being optioned by Dimension Films and remade as a 2017 feature film of the same name. Unfortunately, Dimension Films’ owners, the Weinstein Company cancelled the feature’s inital theatrical release amidst the company restructuring and rebranding.

Production credits:

Producers: Petter Onstad Løkke and John Einar Hagen
Executive Producers: Lars Klevberg and André Øvredal (Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark; The Autopsy of Jane Doe; Troll Hunter)
Director of Photography: Pål Ulvik Rokseth
Production Designer: Thomas Øyjordsbakken
Editors: Thomas Grotmol and Lars Klevberg
Sound Designer: Inger Elise Holm
Composer: Henrik Skram
Casting and Costume Designer: Andrea Sand Gustavson
Makeup Designer: Stine Nesset Hjelvik

Filming:

Polaroid was shot over three nights on a location in Norway.

Related:

Polaroid – film, Norway | USA, 2017

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