Rob Savage

Rob Savage’s latest film, the Zoom horror film Host, is now streaming on Shudder. Rob wrote, directed, shot, co-produced and edited micro-budget feature film Strings at age 17, which premiered at the Rome Film Festival. and won Rob the Discovery Award at the British Independent Film Awards for the film, the youngest director ever to win a BIFA. Rob is a Sundance and Berlinale alumnus, has won a number of awards for his short films at festivals including the London Short Film Festival, Raindance and Sitges, and was the recipient of the BFI Future Film Award in 2011. Rob’s 2017 film, Dawn of the Deaf, played at over 100 film festivals worldwide, including Sundance and Sitges, where it won the Melies d’Argent for Best Short. He has directed episodes of Jez Butterworth’s Britannia and the pilot of AMC/Amazon’s Soulmates, and is developing a number of TV shows, including Rawblood, a horror series starring and produced by Natalie Dormer, and a small-screen adaptation of Dawn of the Deaf.

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How I Rediscovered Spontaneous Creativity Making My Quarantine Zoom Horror Movie

By Rob Savage | August 3, 2020

How I Rediscovered Spontaneous Creativity Making My Quarantine Zoom Horror Movie

For writer-director Rob Savage, lockdown led to him having fun making movies again with his latest film Host, now streaming on Shudder.