.357 (film)

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.357 is a short film directed by Scott Rawsthorne in the United Kingdom. It won the 2005 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival award for Best Short Film - Drama.[no citations needed here] The film was written by Peter Devonald and Kevin Scrantz. Produced by Jon Shaikh and Bernie Costello. Executive produced by Roy Campbell. Casting by Joyce Nettles. DOP by Bruce Jackson. Cast includes Matthew Marsh, David Gyasi, Alexandra Moen, Ramon Vaughan-Williams and Barbara Keogh. The film has also been selected for MTV, Filmstock and Los Angeles International Short Film Festival.

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