miércoles, 28 de septiembre de 2011
MOLINA´¨S FEROZZ EN RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2011
28 Sept - 9 Oct 2011
"The indie-est film festival this side of the Atlantic."
Raindance Film Festival is Europe’s leading independent film festival. Listed by Variety as one of the world's top 50 'unmissable film festivals', Raindance aims to nurture, support and promote independent films and filmmakers from the UK and around the world.
Over the years, the festival has hosted such guests and filmmakers as Christopher Nolan, Shane Meadows, Ken Loach, Marky Ramone, Iggy Pop, Anton Corbijn, Quentin Tarantino, Faye Dunaway and Lou Reed. Over the last few years our international Jury has included Lemmy, Charles Saatchi, Armando Iannucci and Tom Waits.
Film Title:Ferozz Wild Riding Hood
Screening:Wednesday 05 October 21:00 All Tickets £10.00
Industry Screening Only
Director: Jorge Molina
Country: Cuba, Costa Rica
Writer: Jorge Molina, Edgar Soberon Torchia, Alain Jimenez
Original Format: DVCam, MiniDV
Dir. of Photography: Yanelvis González Marín
Print Source: One Eyed Films
Producer: Candy Caramels, Jorge Molina
Cast: Dayana Legrá, Roberto Perdomo, Pancho García
Official Selection Feature
Set on the outskirts of the Cuban jungle, this film is a bizarre and twisted take on the classic fairytale..
Ferozz_wild_riding_hood This shocking, disturbing and often funny film draws on all the darker elements of the familiar Red Riding Hood fairytale. With the lush setting of the Cuban jungle as its back-drop, it tells the story of mother and daughter Dolores and Miranda who are desperate to escape the oppressive yoke of the perverted and psychotic matriarch of the family Ms Zulma as well abusive father and husband Lucio.
During a traumatic night Ms Zulma encourages her son Lucio to rape his wife at the dinner table. When Lucio dies, Dolores and Miranda flee Ms Zulma for the protection of Dolores’ brother-in-law Inocencio. However, Inocencio is not as angelic as he seems, dabbling in black magic and unable to resist the pull of young Miranda’s sexual awakening. With a mysterious sub-plot about a werewolf called ‘the cagueiro’ this is a bizarre and mystifying film that is bound to stir up much controversy.
Boasting bright and striking visuals, it is also rich in symbolism and religious imagery. Through its twisted and grotesque filter, it cleverly draws out the tropes and themes of the fairytale archetype, building up to an unsettling and genuinely shocking finale. With strong sexual overtones throughout the film as well as some gruesome violence, this is extreme viewing, which really has to be seen to be believed.
All Tickets for This Screening - £10
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Screenings at Apollo Cinema Piccadilly Circus
19 Lower Regent Street