| 8.8/10 |
| Jez Blackmore Richard Hulse|
Jenni Grant (story), Jenni Grant
The Travelling Artist Wikipedia
The Travelling Artist, an art house production inspired by German expressionism co-directed by Jez Blackmore and Richard Hulse from a screenplay by Jenni Grant.
A dark fairytale combining the drama of modern horror with classic elements of Gothic imagery inspired by the German Expressionist films of the 1920s.
A young artist, Lucy Snow, struggles bravely to cope with more than one grief; the plight of her seriously ill mother, and her own faltering talents as a painter.
Her dreams become haunted by a shadowy figure, the mythical Travelling Artist. This lonely wanderer, it’s whispered, has roamed the world for over a century in pursuit of his creative visions. Can such a man exist? And if he does, will his powers be able to rescue Lucy from sadness and what form will salvation take?Holly- Marie Laurence as Lucy Snow
Simon Baker as The Travelling Artist
Poppy Flanagan as Lucy's mother
Martine Sherlock as Eliza Rose
The Travelling Artist is a modern take on classic German expressionist films including The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (1920), Metropolis (1927), and Nosferatu (1922).
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