Fantastic Fest 21' "Barbarians" & "She Will" Premiere info and stills
Charlotte Colbert’s She Will, will have its North American Premiere this Sunday, 26th of September and Charles Dorfman’s Barbarians will have its World Premiere on Tuesday, 28th of September at Fantastic Fest which runs from 23 – 30 September in Austin Texas.
Full details and still of each film below.
by Charles Dorfman
Set over the course of twenty-four hours, Barbarians sees couple Adam (Iwan Rheon) and Eva (Catalina Sandino Moreno) wake up in their so called ‘dream house’ on Adam’s birthday. Set to sign ownership deeds later that day, friend and business partner, Lucas (Tom Cullen), along with his actress girlfriend, Chloe (Inès Spiridonov), arrive for a business meeting followed by a birthday dinner. Secrets unravel over the dinner, the doorbell rings and their evening takes a dark turn. What was meant to be an idyllic evening full of celebration turns into a night that none of them could ever have expected.
Directed by | Charles Dorfman
Written by | Charles Dorfman
Starring Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones, The Dirt), Tom Cullen (Downton Abbey, Pink Wall), Academy Award® Nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno (The Affair, Maria Full of Grace), Inès Spiridonov (Alone, Section Zero), Connor Swindells (Sex Education, Emma), Will Kemp (Reign, Spinning Out) and Tommy McDonnell (Starred Up)
by Charlotte Colbert
The film explores the story of Veronica Ghent (Alice Krige) who after a double mastectomy, goes to a healing retreat in rural Scotland with her young nurse Desi (Kota Eberhardt). She discovers that the process of such surgery opens up questions about her very existence, leading her to start to question and confront past traumas. The two develop an unlikely bond as mysterious forces give Veronica the power to enact revenge within her dreams.
Directed by | Charlotte Colbert
Written by | Kitty Percy and Charlotte Colbert
Starring | Alice Krige (Star Trek: First Contact, The OA, Carnival Row), Kota Eberhardt (X-Men: Dark Phoenix), Malcolm McDowell (Bombshell, A Clockwork Orange), and BAFTA® Award winner Rupert Everett (The Happy Prince, My Best Friend’s Wedding).