Official Selection: Fantastic Fest
Official Selection: London Film Festival
Official Selection: Sitges Film Festival
Oh Lordy! This is a rare work indeed.
At times deeply unsettling, at others creepy and strange and at times enormously uplifting and inspiring, All the Gods in the Sky is a singularly unique mix of drama, horror, fantasy and sci fi.
Opening with a sequence guaranteed to jolt viewers to attention as they watch an excruciating but innocent turn of events unfold, the film suddenly jumps forward several years as we move into a remote French farmhouse with Simon and his severely disabled sister, Estelle. Although it may seem that both are trapped in an emotional and physical prison, Simon is convinced that salvation awaits as he prepares for them both to be liberated by other worldly forces.
All the Gods in the Sky has many gifts and surprises of all kinds for audiences. Oozing style and ambition, it provides a fascinating, if at time unnerving, exploration of guilt, responsibility and hope.
We love the opportunity of being able to bring such unique ideas and approaches to local audiences and can’t wait to see what you think with this finely tuned work.