A musical love letter and tribute to the victims in horror films that didn’t make it to the sequel. In an anthemic song the dead unite across genres and time.
BUT Film Festival is proud to host this remarkable one-of-a-kind 1922 classic and fully digitally restored film by the Danish director with the pious name Christensen. Probably meant as a warning it passionately elaborates on paganism and witchcraft rituals that it can be seen as an avantgarde manual for those trying to comfort our Dear Dark Lord.
The screening is part of our HOLY SHIT! program and is made possible bij Chassé Theater and the Swedish Film Institute. Pianist KEVIN TOMA will accompany this special screening with live piano music, samples, beats and soundscapes.
A soon-to-be mother goes to a Planned Parenthood clinic for her last check up. But everything takes a dark turn for the worse.
Erland is about to celebrate his 50th birthday. His wife Greta has invited some friends over to their newly bought cabin for a party. Erland is not happy about the upcoming party especially when some of the guests are relatives to Greta which he doesn't like. The day before the party hell falls down a dried well and finds a box containing some old artifacts. Artifacts of evilness which are going to change his life forever.
An in-depth documentary about the mysterious German director Marian Dora (BUT guest 2010, and winner of the GROUNDREAKER award) and his masterpiece MELANCHOLIE DER ENGEL, steadily in the top lists of ‘most disturbing ﬁ lms’. Who is this director, and what drives him (or her?) to make these extreme and sickening yet beautiful ﬁlms?