The Demon's Dance

A brother and sister go in search of their young sister who has locked herself up in a cloister after discovering the horror of life in the dance.

  • Antoine Carver
    À travers un paysage mystique, La Tuilerie, Le Miroir, Nature Humaine, Le Paradis des Sorcières
  • Antoine Carver
  • J. B. Astorquiza
    À travers un paysage mystique, La Tuilerie, Le Paradis des Sorcières
  • Christa Brecht
    Key Cast
  • Antonio Avila
    Key Cast
    Le Miroir
  • Julie Vanhonnacker
    Key Cast
  • Cristobal Montes
    À travers un paysage mystique, El Amor se vuelve Sombrío, Le Paradis des Sorcières, La Vie Imaginaire
  • Sabine Sachter
  • Erwin Scheel
  • Andrew Bergmann
    Film Editor
  • ROID
  • Françoise Zulawski
    Location Management
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    La Danse du Démon
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Feature
  • Genres:
    Horror, Drama
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 28 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    April 13, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 EUR
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    Blackmagic HD
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Director Biography - Antoine Carver

French visual artist, poet, filmmaker and musician. Experimental artist with an outstanding career and recognition for his work with the deconstruction of language, the poetic and his work linked to psychoanalytical concepts.

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Director Statement

Nobody wants to look beyond what the television projects, so in order to understand how some artists find transcendence in the images they create that rebel from their natural states, like those common places that submerge themselves in the routines we consciously create to fit into the everyday, like the streets we inhabit with the speed of moving from one fixed point to another fixed point, separating grey from black, simulating a work by Rothko, it is essential to penetrate the foundation of that artist's work in order to deal with the simple universe of his creation, as happens in the sad and silent revolution of Antoine Carver's work. Many have tried at different times and opportunities to explain why the pause, the slowness, the delirium of the precarious, has strongly raised the spirit of creators of the stature of Pasolini, Tarr, Tarkovski, Lopouchanski, without arriving at a stereotype that personifies or mystifies the certain belief of being possessed, dominated by creative realism.