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Dragons of Camelot

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Dragons of Camelot
File:Dragons of Camelot.jpg
Directed byMark L. Lester
Produced byMark L. Lester
Starring Mark Griffin
Alex Evans
James Nitti
Selina Giles
Sandra Darnell
Music byChris Cano
CinematographyMark Atkins
Distributed byTitan Global Entertainment[1]
Release date
December 24, 2014 (Australia)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryUnited States

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Dragons of Camelot is a 2014 action-fantasy film directed and produced by Mark L. Lester, starring Mark Griffin, Alex Evans, James Nitti, Selina Giles and Sandra Darnell.


King Arthur (William Huw) has died and his sister, Morgan Le Fay (Sandra Darnell) begins her reign. She commands three dragons with her magic to try to find the remaining Knights of the Round Table so they cannot stop her. Galahad (James Nitti) realizes that he must find his father, Lancelot (Mark Griffin), who's been in exile for years. With the help of Percival (Craig Ryder), Dindrane (Alex Evans), and Bors (Tom Latimer), they attempt to return to Camelot to defeat Morgan and her dragons and rescue the captured Guinevere and Merlin.


  • Mark Griffin as Lancelot
  • Alex Evans as Dindrane
  • James Nitti ad Galahad
  • Selina Giles as Guinevere
  • Sandra Darnell as Morgan Le Fay
  • Tom Latimer as Bors
  • Craig Ryder as Percival
  • Andrew Jarvis as Merlin
  • Nick Cornwall as Gawain
  • William Huw as King Arthur
  • Dylan Jones as Tybalt
  • Simon Blood DeVay as Gaius
  • Andy Butcher as Sir Brolin
  • Gwilym B. Hannaby Ap Ionas as Sir Ekhart


Nav Qateel from Influx Magazine wrote that "Dragons of Camelot felt like a fan film more than anything else."[2]


  1. "Dragons of Camelot". Retrieved 2015-03-02.
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20180405210411/http://influxmagazine.com/dragons-of-camelot-review/

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