Savage Witches – September screenings

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We are happy to announce Savage Witches will be showing in a couple of festivals this September!


On Sunday 1st September it will be screening in Hamburg, Germany, as a part of the International Festival du Cinema Libre. It will be an open air screening which will take place at Laeiszstraße 18 at 9.30pm, entrance is free! Find more details on the Facebook event page.


The following weekend Savage Witches will be having its New York Premiere at the Spectacle Theater as a part of PUFF – Portugal Underground Film Festival. It will be the festival’s closing session on Sunday 8th September at 10pm. Tickets are $5 on the door so make sure you get there early! See how you can get to the Spectacle here, and find more details about the screening here.



If you can’t make it to these screenings, stay tuned for updates on future screenings which will be posted here and on our Facebook page.


You can also get your own copy of the Savage Witches Limited Edition Set.



This limited edition set includes:

~ a Savage Witches DVD (PAL region 0) with English and Portuguese subtitles;


~ The Book of the Film, an A5 zine style booklet containing an essay commentary about Savage Witches, an illustrated script, making of information, lots of black & white photos and colour cover, signed by Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais, limited edition of 120;


~ a full colour Pressbook with colour photos, information about the film and an interview with Daniel Fawcett & Clara Pais.


~ two frames from the film, one original hand-painted frame and one original burnt frame, both from the burning sequence.


~ Get it here! ~


Here’s what people had to say about Savage Witches:


‘It is not often we see movies like this these days, a film that is such the product of an infectious spirit of fun and adventure… It is a celebration, and thus needs to be celebrated.’ – Mike Everleth of Bad Lit Underground Film Journal


‘A true example of dedication and creative affirmation, and a genuine example of outsider filmmaking, Clara and Daniel are an inspiration for all.’ – Jack Sargeant

‘An aesthetic attack on the audience’s expectations of film as entertainment.’ – 366 Weird Movies


‘Each sequence was like a tasty morsel cocooned between more tasty morsels. I constantly wished I could rewind the film and watch a whole segment all over again. … I got that feeling you get when you go to the art gallery and you just want to glide your hand over that rippled canvas; touch and plaster your fingers over everything.’ – Bradley Tuck of One+One Filmmakers Journal


‘Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais have constructed a masterpiece of experimentation, using the magic of visuals and sounds to create magic of the mind. Your sense of reality, joy and freedom is treated as much as your eyes and ears; this is a film to engage with on every level.’ – Tess Connellan in The Scribblings of a Cinephile


‘Savage Witches takes chances with its style, and I’m highly impressed’ – The Vern’s Video Vortex


‘As if Andrei Tarkovsky collaborated with Terry Gilliam on a remake of ‘The Blair Witch Project’. Awesome colours, cutting, special effects, and the pace never lets up.’ – Strat Mastoris Film blog


‘Simply wonderful… a bold and liberated piece of work.’ – Take One