A FILM which was shot in a Bolton-upon-Dearne living room has bagged a clutch of awards.
Dean Sills, who made A Dollar To Die For, scooped the best art director gong while his daughter, Rebecca Sills, won the best visual effects category at the Durban International Short Film Festival.
They are the latest in a long line of accolades for the film, which also had a local screening at the Showroom in Sheffield on Tuesday.
Dean said: “It’s its 50th award gained at international film festivals after picking two more up in Durban.
“The film has travelled all around the world from Brazil to Bahrain so it’s great to get a local screening.
“The film was shot in our Bolton-upon-Dearne living room last year and it’s a low-budget, short film which follows two outlaws on the run from the law after robbing their final bank.
“The film stars Keiron Goodwin and myself as the two outlaws and it was filmed by my daughter, Rebecca.”