Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse Brings a Witche's Brew to Foreign Film Fans this April

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Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse is a German and Austrian film, from director Lukas Feigelfeld. This is Feigelfeld's first feature film. And, Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse takes place in the 15th Century, when Paganism still existed and Christianity was on the rise. In a remote part of the Austrian Alps, Albrun (Aleksandra Cwen) is condemned for being a witch and she must use her powers to fight the local townsfolk. This title has been on a film festival tour since late 2017. A winner of several awards (Best Costume Design, Best Make-up, Best Art Direction), Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse now has an international trailer, found below.

The official trailer shows some of the film's remote shooting locations. Covered in snow and out in the wilderness, Albrun struggles to stay alive. Lacking dialogue, the clip shows lots of strange imagery. But, the central story remains somewhere in the mist.

Doppelganger Releasing with show the film this April. Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse will be available on several home entertainment formats, this April 23rd. If you missed this title on the film festival circuit, this Spring will be your chance to see this horrifying drama on your favourite home entertainment screen. As well, there are plans to bring the film to several major, U.S. cities - beginning April 19th. A full list of cities, showing the film, is available below.

Release Date: April 19th-30th (Limited Theatrical) and April 23rd, 2019 (Blu-ra, DVD, Digital).

Director/writer: Lukas Feigelfeld.

Cast: Aleksandra Cwen, Celina Peter, Claudia Martini.

The official trailer for Hagazussa (courtesy of Doppelganger Releasing):




*Hagazussa - Theater locations and dates:

-Los Angeles (Monica Film Center): April 19
-New York (Alamo Drafthouse Brooklyn): April 19
-Chicago (Music Box Theater): April 19
-San Francisco (Alamo Drafthouse New Mission) April 19
-Seattle (Grand Illusion Cinema): April 19
-Phoenix (Filmbar)
-Houston (Alamo Drafthouse La Centerra): April 24
-Washington D.C. (Alamo Drafthouse Winchester): April 26
-Portland (Hollywood Theater): April 30


Hagazussa at Doppelganger as Music Box Films: Hagazussa Details at Doppelganger

Source: Hagazussa a Quiet Earth

Sometimes compared to Robert Eggers' The Witch:



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