Luz, The German Hypnotic Horror, To Make North American Premiere At Fantasia

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With a plot that sounds like it was ripped out of the ‘80s, and a promised synth score to match, German hypnotic horror Luz will make its North American premiere at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival summer 2018.

Check out the fresh stills in the gallery above.

It is the feature debut from German writer/director, Tilman Singer, which he shot on 16mm. With this artistic vision, the film promises to bring to mind the experimental images of Giallo and ‘70s Spanish horror atmosphere.

Produced by Dario Méndez Acosta and Tilman Singer, with a brooding synth score composed by Simon Waskow, the film stars breakout actress Luana Vel as well as Jan Bluthardt and Julia Riedler offering a strong supporting base.

Luz Synopsis:

Fleeing from the grasp of a possessed woman, a distressed cabdriver begins a confession in a rundown police station that endangers everyone who crosses her path. This mysterious young woman is possessed by a demon who longs for the woman it loves.

Luz had its world premiere at the Berlinale and screened at Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema and will play at famed Brazilian genre fest Fantaspoa before having its North American premiere.

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