Three New Lobby Cards For Franco-Italo Horror Trilogy PHANTASMAGORIA

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The horror anthology Phantasmagoria has now entered into post-production in preparation for its Market screening at Cannes. It will also make its festival debut shortly after at Fanta Festival in Rome, Italy in July with hopefully more festival announcements to come. 

The anthology has also had its world wide sales right acquired by Italian outfit Open Reel. Cosimo Santoro, The Open Reel president of international sales says,

The Open Reel is glad to have chosen to represent Phantasmagoria. We really liked the film, recognizing above all the talent of the three directors and the balance of each episode. Phantasmagoria is the first horror title that we acquire. It's a big bet for us, as we are looking forward to work with it not only in a specific circuit and also as we think it has a very high potential. Genre movies have a very educated audience and we are sure it will appreciate Phantasmagoria for its good quality, regarding both acting and direction. We are thrilled for this new experience and we really hope to work together with the production to give the best visibility which the film deserves.

To mark the occasion we have three new lobby cards to share with you below. 

Three directors, Mickael Abbate, Domiziano Cristopharo & Tiziano Martella, offer us their original visions of fear in three gripping films that encompass the breadth of the genre: Diabolique, Il serpente dalla lingua acciaio and My Gift to You. Three different shorts about spirits belief and supernatural phenomenons able to surprise the audience in showing original, fascinating and scaring stories drawing on the traditional genre flavors of Thriller, Supernatural, Horror-Comedy, Zombie Action and Slasher filtered though the unique sensibility of each director.
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