Making its debut at the Edinburgh Film Festival today is Andrew Hulme’s newest project, The Devil Outside. We have an exclusive first look at the new poster for the film, below.

Written and directed by Snow in Paradise’s Andrew Hulme, the story is a coming of age film about religion, madness and repressed sexuality. The film stars Noah Carson, Keeley Forsyth, Mark Stobbart, Daniel Frogson.

If you are lucky enough to be at the Festival, why not head on down to catch a public screening of the film either today Friday 22 June at 18:00 at Cineworld 11 or tomorrow the 23rd June at 18:00 at VUE Omni 12.

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The Devil Outside Official Synopsis

Brought up in the world of evangelical Christianity, teenager Robert (Carson) has been raised believing that evil is lurking just outside his front door. At school, his beliefs are questioned, and he soon finds himself caught between his mother (Forsyth) and his new friend, foul-mouthed and rebellious Marcus (Frodson). When Robert finds a body in the woods he realizes that God has sent him a sign, albeit a strange one. 

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