The Devil’s Rock is special effects master Paul Campion‘s debut feature film. It centers around two Kiwi Commandos who discover a Nazi occult plot to unleash demonic forces in an attempt to win the second world war – and it’s finding audiences world-wide.
Join Ant Timpson (Incredibly Strange Film Festival, 48hours Furious Film Making, The Devil Dared Me To) for a discussion about the writing, financing, shooting, and distribution of this thrilling horror, with the team behind it – Director, Paul Campion (Night of the Hell Hamsters, Eel Girl), and Producer, Leanne Saunders (The Devil Dared Me To, Blue).
For more info about The Devil’s Rock check out the official website here – http://thedevilsrock.com/
“The evil in this film is encompassing and it creates a dark mood for the entire movie, even when the evil is not on screen, its presence is there. But also there is an emphasis on dialogue and a rapport between the two lead characters that make it more than just an all-out gorefest, it has more depth than that” – Charlotte Stear (www.horrortalk.com)
Drinks 7pm for 7:30pm Start, Tuesday 25 October, The Classic, 321 Queen Street, Auckland. $5 Koha appreciated
July 23, 2017 - August 6, 2017, Wintergarden at The Civic Theatre and ASB Waterfront Theatre
Script to Screen is thrilled to partner with the NZ International Film Festival to present a series of TALKS with the filmmakers behind: MY YEAR WITH HELEN, MOUNTAIN, WARU and GOD'S OWN COUNTRY. ... Read more
There’s no doubt about it. Escalator funded horror-comedy Housebound is a remarkable accomplishment. At its SXSW festival debut earlier this year, the... Read more
Gerard Johnstone, Millen Baird and Florence Noble talk to Tom Sainsbury about the challenge of creating comedic stories and characters... Read more
May 25, 2017, 5pm drinks, Talk 6-7pm at The Basement Theatre
Is there a trick to staying on an even keel in this business, or is it inevitable you’ll be a little off kilter most of the time? Six creators direct from the trenches explore wellness. Join us at The Basement to hear mini-addresses from Gaylene Preston, Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami, Roseanne Liang, Tim van Dammen and Tom Sainsbury.... Read more