Chilean Director Patricio Valladares Attached to Upcoming Horror Film "Witchula"
By: Film Regions International
Marcus Bradford, Pat Kusnadi and Liz Strange wrote the screenplay for "Witchula" based on a concept by Clifton Braddock Bradford. The film will be produced by Bradford, Kusnadi, Matt Chassin and the president of FRI, John R. Blythe.
Production is tentatively planned for next year with exotic Island and Eastern Europe style sets to be used as locations for the horror film. Genre veterans Kane Hodder, Bill Oberst Jr. and Eileen Dietz are attached to star in the film.
Valladares has nearly twenty years of experience in the field of directing, writing and editing for productions and he has directed films on location in his native Chile as well as the United States, Turkey and Bulgaria. Some of his directing credits include "Toro Loco: Sangriento", "Downhill", "Vlad's Legacy", "Hidden in the Woods" starring Michael Biehn and William Forsythe and "Nightworld" starring Robert Englund and Jason London. He recently directed the Sci-Fi film "Embryo" for Chilean television.
Film Regions International, Inc. (FRI) specializes in the development, production and distribution of independent film productions and has both a domestic and international presence. FRI has secured financing and executed lucrative distribution deals for films such as "My Amityville Horror" (IFC Films), "Rumah dan Musim Hujan" (Falcon Pictures) and "Border Brothers" and "Machine Gun Baby" (both for Amazon Prime Video). FRI recently produced the mob thriller "Booze, Broads and Blackjack" and the horror film "The New Hands". Both are expected to see a release in 2020.