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Paul Campion’s first feature film, The Devil’s Rock , continues its world tour. Following it’s hugely successful run at 2011 Cannes Film Market, and a UK and New Zealand cinema release, The Devil’s Rock sets to send the rest of the world trembling. Campion’s feature film debut recently screened at the Icon TLV Fantastic Film Festival in Tel-Aviv, and will now be seen by audiences at the Ramaskrik Film Festival in Norway on Thursday 27 th October, and the San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival on Friday 29 th October, where audiences will also have the chance to meet leading actress Gina Varela. Not only that, but director Paul Campion has also revealed a brand new poster for the film, and additional one sheets designed by Silver Ferox Design.
Set in the Channel Islands on the eve of D-Day, The Devil’s Rock follows two Kiwi commandos, sent to destroy German gun emplacements to distract Hitler’s forces away from Normandy, discover a Nazi occult plot to unleash demonic forces to win the war. Co-funded by the New Zealand Film Commission and featuring special makeup effects by Oscar winning Weta Workshop, The Devil's Rock has been described as "the best New Zealand horror film since Peter Jackson's Brain Dead ”.
Visit the official San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Festival at http://www.donostiakultura.com/terror/2011/index.php?lang=eu
and the official Ramaskrik website http://ramaskrikoppdal.wordpress.com/filmer-a-a/ .