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Alexis Chandon

Film director

Alex Chandon

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3 November 1968 (age 55) (
North LondonUnited Kingdom

actordirectorproducerscreenwriterDigital artist

Inbred, Cradle of Fear, Bad Karma, PanDaemonAeon, Drillbit

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Alexis Chandon (born 3 November 1968 in North London) is a film director, writer and digital artist.


Sixth sense 2013 short film by alex chandon

Directing career

His early films, Drillbit and Bad Karma, featured many musicians from the UK anarcho punk scene, notably Ben Bethell, Dan MacCintyre, William 'Bill' Corbett and Julian Portinari from The Apostles and Pallor, respectively.

Cradle of Fear

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His highest-profile release to date is Cradle of Fear, starring Dani Filth in a leading role, and other members of Cradle of Filth in cameo appearances.


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Chandon was once known primarily for specialising in straight-to-video micro-budget horror films, but his latest projects, especially Borderline (2006), featuring music by The Dark Poets, show a more mature side to his work. Borderline has now been chosen for the British Film Institute's National Archive.


Chandon will direct the £1,000,000 project Inbred, which will shoot in July 2010 in the market town of Thirsk. The script for the Black comedy horror film was co-written by Paul Shrimpton.


The script of his short Teleportal, which was adapted from Paul Shrimpton, to a short film. The short filmed premiered 16 September 2009 and was released as segment of the Anthology film Zombieworld in February 2015 on DVD.

Music videos

Chandon's relationship with Cradle of Filth has also produced music videos for the songs "From the Cradle to Enslave", "No Time to Cry" and "Her Ghost in the Fog", as well as documentaries on their DVDs PanDaemonAeon and Heavy, Left-handed and Candid.


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