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EUROPEAN horror is fast-becoming a better prospect for all things scary than the cliche-ridden dross being churned out by Hollywood.
From Spain ([Rec]) to France (Martyrs), you’ll be hard-pressed to find something that won’t appeal to your tastes.
Now it’s the turn of Swedish director Filip Tegstedt and his debut feature, Marianne.
A slow-burning psychological horror, it’s the tale of a grieving husband attempting to hold together...
RELEASING an independent movie has many pitfalls. Will it reach the target audience? How will the creators get the film noticed?
These are possibly just two of the questions that crossed Swedish director Filip Tegstedt’s mind when he came up with psychological horror Marianne.
Thankfully for Tegstedt he was given a helping hand by a fellow Swede-cum-Hollywood star in the shape of Peter Stormare.
Marianne is about a father coping with loss while...
“I really don’t think I could do anything else.” That’s the response Swedish film director Filip Tegstedt gives when asked what it was that inspired him to become a film-maker.
Attracted to the world of movies, Filip grew up in the small town of Östersund – a place he says has a “distinct, almost supernatural feel to it”.
So, with his first feature – horror film Marianne – taking shape in his...