Latin America’s biggest genre fest has 47 features from 29 different countries set to screen during its 16th edition, which will run on-line due to the pandemic starting next week. A trailer for the event has been issued as well.
Originally scheduled for last month, the 2020 edition of Latin America’s largest genre fest will be an on-line screening event starting in July, and a wide lineup of movies has been revealed for it.
Among the many genre events that have been cancelled or postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus, the organizers of Brazil’s Fantaspoa have announced that this year’s edition has been shifted from May to later this year. At the same time, they are set to debut a new home-viewing platform early next month.
Writer/director Braden Croft’s third feature keeps you on tantalizingly uncertain psychological footing for most of its running time.
We previously reported on the first round of films playing the Fantaspoa festival, and now the final, extensive lineup and more info have been unveiled; you can read it and check out the fest trailer past the jump.