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Blood, Feminism, and Catholicism: Interview With Filmmaker Elizabeth E. Schuch

PopHorror had the pleasure to interview Filmmaker Elizabeth E. Schuch about her aspirations, her inspirations, and her latest creation, The Book of Birdie (2017). This groundbreaking director delivers a visually stimulating experience that meshes Catholic ideology, feminism, and a girl’s fascination with blood to deliver a spectacular film that defies …

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Modern Day Gothic Fairy Tale ‘The Book of Birdie’ Hits VOD!

the book of birdie

Synopsis: Introverted Birdie is sent to live in a quaint and isolated convent by her concerned grandmother, in an attempt to change her sobering outlook on life. But left to her own devices, she develops a heightened obsession with blood, which seems all too willing to flow from her body, …

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FGBFF 2018 – ‘The Book of Birdie’ Movie Review

I’ve watched a plethora of shorts for the 2018 Final Girls Berlin Festival and they’ve all be exceptionally extraordinary. I recently watched my first full feature from the festival, The Book of Birdie. Did it live up to the rest? This bizarre new tale is directed by storyboard artist Elizabeth …

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Final Girls Berlin Film Festival Details, Films Announced!

Final Girls Berlin

Final Girls Berlin Film Festival showcases horror cinema that’s directed, written, or produced by women. They are committed to creating space for female voices and visions, whether monstrous or heroic, in the horror genre. They are lashing against the tokenization of women as objects and beautified victims, and are working …

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