Bunker 6

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Bunker 6 is a Canadian psychological thriller film set in an alternate timeline in which a nuclear holocaust takes place during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Most of the film's action is set a decade later, inside a very large fallout shelter, in which a... read more

Bunker 6 is a Canadian psychological thriller film set in an alternate timeline in which a nuclear holocaust takes place during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Most of the film's action is set a decade later, inside a very large fallout shelter, in which a group of survivors are faced with the dilemma of continuing life in the shelter or facing the uncertainty of life in a world contaminated by radiation. Theatrically released, the film was also destined for television and "direct-to-video" release. Directed by Canadian writer and director Greg Jackson, in his first feature film, it stars Andrea Lee Norwood and Molly Dunsworth. The supporting cast includes Jim Fowler, Glen Matthews and Shelley Thompson. The film was shot in an actual fallout shelter in Nova Scotia.

Original Release

09/14/2013

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Cast

Andrea Lee Norwood Grace
Molly Dunsworth Alice
Jim Fowler Eric
Glen Matthews Joe
Shelley Thompson Mary
Daniel Lillford Lewis
Sophie Elliott Young Grace
Glenn Lefchak Grace's Father / Bunker 8 Radio Voice
Geneviève Steele Grace's Mother
Mark Critch News Radio Announcer (voice)
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Greg Jackson

Writers

Greg Jackson

Cast

Andrea Lee Norwood Grace
Molly Dunsworth Alice
Jim Fowler Eric
Glen Matthews Joe
Shelley Thompson Mary
Daniel Lillford Lewis
Sophie Elliott Young Grace
Glenn Lefchak Grace's Father / Bunker 8 Radio Voice
Geneviève Steele Grace's Mother
Mark Critch News Radio Announcer (voice)
Liam MacDonald Soldier
Simon Philippe Allard Paulson Family Member
Tessa Davis Paulson Family Member
Cheryl Sampson Paulson Family Member
Iain K. MacLeod Officer (as Iain MacLeod)
Adam Smith Engineer
Jonathan Baha'i Engineer

Producers

Bill Niven Executive Producer
Jessica Brown Producer
Rebecca Sharratt Producer

Editors

Sarah Byrne

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