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Spellbound

Red Transmissions Podcast

Release Date: 11/08/2021

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Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival takes place this November at Kulturhuset Islands Brygge. As part of this the selection of films, we introduce you to the directors of S.A.D, a poetry film on the relationships of our nature, around us and within.

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Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival, done in collaboration with Kulturhuset Islands Brygge in Copenhagen, introduces Patrick Müller, director of award-winning film Spellbound, a melancholic and hypnotic combination of visual imagery and poetry. 

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Spellbound: In Emily Brontë's world, a young woman is under a spell of blind forces of compulsion acting to draw her towards an unnamed darkness from which she cannot escape.

Nature & Culture - International Poetry Film Festival, done in collaboration with Kulturhuset Islands Brygge in Copenhagen, introduces Patrick Müller, director of award-winning film Spellbound, a melancholic and hypnotic combination of visual imagery and poetry. 

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https://kulturhusetislandsbrygge.kk.dk/en/node/68

Learn more at:

https://www.patrickcinema.de/index.php/root/spellbound/

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