In the exciting month of October, the film world is buzzing with anticipation for SCREAMFEST, or SCREAMFEST LA, a prominent festival showcasing numerous thrilling films. One particular gem on our radar is the upcoming feature film "THE WELL" by the talented Federico Zampaglione. This supernatural thriller, set against the backdrop of Italy, is gearing up for its world premiere at SITGES, followed by a screening at SCREAMFEST.
What makes this premiere even more captivating is the presence of Lauren LaVera, known for her role in "TERRIFIER," as one of the stars. Additionally, filmmaker Federico Zampaglione is planning to attend the event in person, adding to the anticipation surrounding the screening.
As we eagerly await this premiere, we're hoping to secure a screener of "THE WELL" because it seems to align perfectly with our cinematic tastes. Stay tuned for more updates and insights into this exciting addition to the world of supernatural thrillers.
The Well at Screamfest:
TCL Chinese Theatre, Screen 4
Thursday, October 12, 9:00 PM PST
Iperuranio Film is excited to announce that Screamfest LA will host the October 12th North American Premiere of The Well,director Federico Zampaglione's latest film, a graphic supernatural horror. The Well will make its World Premiere at the Sitges Film Festival before heading to Los Angeles.
The Well stars Lauren LaVera (Terrifier 2), as Lisa Gray, a budding art restorer, who travels to a small Italian village to bring a medieval painting back to its former glory, unaware of the danger that she may unleash. Starring alongside LaVera is Claudia Gerini (Diabolik, Love and Bullets, John Wick: Chapter 2), Giovanni Lombardo Radice (City of the Living Dead), Taylor Zaudtke (Sadistic Intentions), Linda Zampaglione (Time Is Up), Jonathan Dylan King (From Scratch), Lorenzo Renzi (Romanzo Criminale), Gianluigi Calvani (The New Pope), Yassine Fadel (FBI: International), Melanie Gaydos, Stefano Martinelli and newcomer Courage Oviawe.
The Well is an Iperuranio Film production, directed by Federico Zampaglione (Shadow, Tulpa: Demon of Desire, Morrison), written by Zampaglione and Stefano Masi, and produced by Masi. Cinematographer: Andrea Arnone, SFX: Carlo Diamantini, Costume Design: Antonella Balsamo, Make up: Federica Puglielli, Set Designer: Blazej Wasiak. Jinga Films is handling international sales.
When novice art restorer Lisa Gray goes to a small Italian village to bring a medieval painting back to its former glory after fire damage, little does she know she is placing her life in danger from an evil curse and a monster born of myth and brutal pain.