A WESTERN which was shot in a Bolton-upon-Dearne living room is set to be released on the world stage later this month.

Dean Sills, who made A Dollar To Die For, has already scooped the best art director gong while his daughter, Rebecca Sills, won the best visual effects category at the Durban International Short Film Festival.

They are the latest in a long line of accolades for the film, which is set to go international on October 16 when it will be released on Amazon.

The film was made in Bolton-upon-Dearne by Dean and Rebecca and the DVD will include some of their wildlife shorts including Pond Life, A Snowy Christmas and Down by the Riverside.

The DVD also includes trailers and out takes from their films.

Rebecca, 24, said: “We are very proud of our achievements, my dad has helped me grow as a filmmaker.

“We work well together.

“It was also great to get my brother Daniel in the western.”

Her dad added: “It’s low budget but we think people will be surprised by what we have created on screen.

“As a Clint Eastwood fan, I wanted to make a western in the style of Sergio Leone, the Italian film director.

“We even included the extreme close-up shot frame which he was famous for.

“I also think it’s pretty cool this is the first western shot in Bolton-upon-Dearne.

“The DVD is a PG rating so it’s perfect for all the family to watch.”

Dean and Rebecca plan to make more films including a feature film after the two of them finish their wildlife film on the Yorkshire coast with Keiron Goodwin.

Filming has already taken place in Whitby, Scarborough and Flamborough Head.