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Black Fawn Films’ THE HERETICS set to premiere at 2017 Canadian Film Fest (CFF)



Heretics, the latest film from award-winning horror film producers and directors, Chad Archibald and Cody Calahan of Black Fawn Films, is scheduled to make its much anticipated World Premiere at the 2017 Canadian Film Fest on Wednesday, March 22 at 9:30 PM at the Scotiabank Theatre Toronto.


Chad Archibald, Writer/Director/Producer at Black Fawn Films says; "It is such a thrill to present our latest film right here at home. We feel very fortunate as independent filmmakers to have the opportunity to give Canadian horror fans the first look.”

The announcement comes after Executive Producer and Distributor Breakthrough Entertainment held a successful screening at the European Film Market. The Heretics is Black Fawn’s eighth film in the initial series of productions with Breakthrough, which has recently been renewed. Black Fawn has yet to hold a World Premiere in Canada, making the films appearance a meaningful occasion for the natives of Guelph, Ontario.

The Heretics features a young girl who is abducted by a man, after he claims that a cult is hunting her. His goal is to protect her until sunrise but while restrained, the young girl falls deathly ill. While her friends and family search for her, the source of her illness becomes more and more apparent. She’s not sick…she’s changing


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