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Chris Baugh begins Bad Day for the Cut

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- The debut feature is being filmed entirely in Northern Ireland

Chris Baugh begins Bad Day for the Cut
Actress Susan Lynch

Chris Baugh has commenced principal photography at Northern Ireland locations on the thriller Bad Day for the Cut [+see also:
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]
. The film follows Donal, a middle-aged farmer who lives a simple life at home with his mother. When she is murdered, Donal goes to Belfast looking for answers and revenge, but what he finds is a violent world and a secret about his family. Nigel O’Neill (television’s The Secret) stars alongside Susan Lynch (Here and Now [+see also:
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]
), Stuart Graham (In View), Józef Pawlowski (Jack Strong [+see also:
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]
) and Anna Próchniak (Warsaw 44 [+see also:
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interview: Zofia Wichlacz
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]
).

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The film marks the feature debut for writer-director Baugh, co-writer and producer Brendan Mullin, and their production company, Six Mile Hill Productions. Katy Jackson (The Survivalist [+see also:
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]
) is co-producing. Baugh and Mullin’s first production, the horror short Boys from County Hell, won Best Irish Short at the Kerry International Film Festival 2012. In 2013, they produced Stumpy’s Brae, a 30-minute horror-drama for BBC Northern Ireland. Recently, their short kidnap thriller The Captors was a selection at the Boston Irish Film Festival 2016 in March. 

Bad Day for the Cut was developed through Northern Ireland Screen’s New Talent Focus scheme with funding from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. Filming is taking place entirely in Northern Ireland with funding from the Northern Ireland Screen Fund, supported by Invest NI and the British Film Institute

Previous features from Northern Ireland Screen’s New Talent Focus scheme include Stephen Fingleton’s The Survivalist and Michael Lennox’s A Patch of Fog [+see also:
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]
.

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