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EHC Discussions => Underground Horror Films => Topic started by: woodenheart on October 04, 2017, 01:23:27 PM

Title: Sulphur for Leviathan
Post by: woodenheart on October 04, 2017, 01:23:27 PM
'SULPHUR FOR LEVIATHAN' is an arthouse horror short, a collaboration between Flesh of the Void director James Quinn and Necrogirl's Adam Rodgers. The film is very conceptual, and will be shot entirely on film, making use of 8mm, 9,5mm, 16mm and 35mm,


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Plot Outline
Sulphur for Leviathan deals with the story of a nun, who suddenly finds herself progressively fantasizing about things that shouldn't be in her head, increasingly having to face her own doings of blasphemy, all leading up to something demonically dark and sinister. Portrayed in a surreal manner both in color and black and white, with a heavy focus on elegant cinematography, the film tells a satanic tale of unfulfilled desires, lust, blasphemy and existential dread, packed in a controversial and disturbing, but calm and poetic experience that is heavily inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky, with a touch of satanism.



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Directed By
James Quinn, Adam Rodgers

https://www.facebook.com/SulphurForLeviathan/ (https://www.facebook.com/SulphurForLeviathan/)


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Title: Re: Sulphur for Leviathan
Post by: woodenheart on October 16, 2017, 05:33:11 PM
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Sulphur for Leviathan starts shooting in exactly seven days, and we're working insanely hard already to make this blasphemous beast of a short as good as it can get.
Over the next seven days, we're going to release seven different posters of the film. Yes, seven. Each of them different in its own way, all having the common theme of blasphemy.
All of the artwork was created by the absolutely amazing David Chance Fragale, an Italian artist, who we had the pleasure of working with on Flesh of the Void already. We're insanely happy and proud of these posters, and can't wait to share the rest of them with you!
Stay tuned for more.

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