Party like there's no tomorrow
view title on IMDB.comRavers

When a contaminated energy drink turns an illegal rave into a nightmare, a germaphobic journalist has to overcome her deepest fears to get her friends out alive. Starring Georgia Hirst (Vikings), and Natasha Henstridge (Species), Olivier "the Dutch Giant" Richters. Featuring original beats by Maceo Plex.
In Theatres 18.09.2020
Canada / U.S.A.

view title on IMDB.comEddie - the Sleepwalking Cannibal

Lars Olaafsen (Thure Lindhardt), once a young celebrity in the art world is slipping away fast into the land of has-beens. Ronny (Stephen McHattie), his long-time art dealer wants his meal ticket back but Lars refuses to paint. His creativity comes at too high a cost. His inspiration is carnage, blood, guts and limbs and he's vowed to never go down that dark road again. An overly eager Ronny arranges a job for Lars teaching art in a small town. It's a therapeutic measure a means to conquer his need to paint while in the safety of a country retreat. Despite the odd assortment of local eccentrics (and a couple of hostile teachers) things look promising overall for Lars at his new job. That is, until he meets 30-year-old Eddie (Dylan Smith), a brawny mute who attends the school and harbours a dark and sordid secret of his own.

*Black Tulip Award 2012 – Amsterdam, Tribeca Film Festival 2012, Edinburgh Int’l Film Festival 2012, Karlovy Vary Int’l Film Festival 2012, Fantasia Film Festival 2012

view title on IMDB.comThe Blade of Tunis (Le Challat de Tunis)

In pre-revolution Tunis, a moped rider, razor blade in hand, prowls the streets, slashing the most beautiful buttocks of women walking the streets. His name, “The Challat”. Ten years later a young female director seeks him out to make him answer for his crimes.