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Though Flawed, The Field Guide To Evil Is A Must-See For True Horror Fans – riotmaterial.com

Among my most anticipated films at the SXSW Conference was The Field Guide to Evil. The film festival section of SXSW tends to boast stellar horror in their Midnighters slate.

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SXSW 2018: Creative Minds Talk Horror Folklore for The Field Guide to Evil – dreadcentral.com

Horror anthologies that try to do something different within the genre are a rare breed. While there are certainly some that stand out above the rest, it’s a short list indeed. That’s why The Field Guide to Evil may be something of serious interest to those who love getting horror in short bursts but still want a full cinematic experience.

 

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The girls, who took a deep dive in Hungarian underground – Interview with Anna Koltay and Esther Turan – absolutbudapest.blog.hu

Koltay Anna és Turán Eszter körülbelül három évvel ezelőtt egy koncert kellős közepén kezdett el ötletelni egy zenei szubkultúrákból álló sorozatról. Mindkettőjük fejében ott motoszkált régóta egy álom formájában, de a megvalósítás még váratott magára, egészen a szerencsés találkozásig. Végül megszületett a BP Underground, azóta pedig túl vannak két sikeres részen.

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Hungary Raises Production Incentive From 25% to 30%

Hungary, which has hosted numerous Hollywood blockbuster shoots and ranks as Europe’s second most popular filming destination after Britain, has raised its production incentive from 25% to 30%. Hollywood movies filming in the country include the sixth installment of the “Terminator” franchise, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Will Smith’s thriller “Gemini Man,” directed by Ang Lee.  source: Variety

The first review after the world premiere of our film, “Field Guide To Evil” at SXSW

This is a golden age for the horror anthology, and perhaps no single entity has been more responsible for the recent explosion more than the producing team of Ant Timpson and Tim League.

source: screenanarchy.com

Hungarian horror tale screened in Texas in March

Peter Strickland’s short “Cobblers’ Lot”; produced by Moviebar and Rook Films premiered at SXSW as the segment of the anthology film “A Field Guide to Evil”.

source (Hungarian): index.hu

BP Underground received development support

Foundations FilmJUS and NKA support our documentary series about youth subcultures in Budapest in the 90s and 2000s.

source (Hungarian): NKA

Charon received production funding

Our experimental short film project by director Attila Damokos and DOP Marcell Nagy received production support from the National Media and Infocommunications Authority of Hungary.

source (Hungarian): mtva.hu

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