British director Marc Price is awaiting the cinematic release of his first film, albeit this will be different to anything else you'll see this year. Colin, a zombie flick, was made by the first time director with a budget of just €70 using dated cameras and borrowed equipment and stars the director's friends. The film was selected to be shown at the Cannes Film Festival and now a UK distributor has struck a deal to have it released in selected cinemas before a DVD release the following week. Price revealed the main expense during shooting was the purchase of a crowbar for one scene. "The only other thing was tea and biscuits for the guys who came down. They were cheap biscuits, but they didn't know at the time. They do now."