The first ever Fractured Visions Film Festival will take place this weekend – September 29 and 30 – with a stellar line-up of horror from the around the world.
Featuring UK premieres of Israel’s Children of the Fall, the Philippines’ Smaller and Smaller Circles, and Germany’s Luz amongst many others, the Fractured Visions Film Festival is set to deliver the thrills, chills and kills horror movie fans love.
The full line-up of feature films includes Boar (Australia), Friendly Beast (Brazil), He’s Out There (USA), Lost In Apocalypse (China), and Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (USA).
Dedicated to independent horror film, Fractured Visions Film Festival is eager to celebrate the up and comers, showcasing new talents while giving big screen outings to horror movies unlikely to play at the major cinema chains who rely on big budget Hollywood product.
There will be an epic “pub quiz” with prizes galore, an awards ceremony, and q and a’s with the filmmakers. And Norman J. Warren will be attendance to give a talk on his prolific career in the industry.
Complementing Warren’s appearance, a double-bill of his work, including a brand-new 2K remaster of the 1978 classic, Terror, will be screened. The second feature will be Warren’s 1987 shocker, Bloody New Year, which was shot in South Wales.
Commemorating the event, Cardiff’s multi-award-winning craft beer brewery, Crafty Devil, has created a Fractured Visions beer, a bloody (and hoppy) Red Ale that will no doubt help keep the audience’s spirits up.
The first ever @FracVis film festival takes place this weekend @TramshedCF in Cardiff with an awesome line up of horror films! Tickets: tramshedcardiff.com #FracVisFest