Exclusive: Adrián García Bogliano on His New Project - Late Phases
While speaking with writer/director Adrián García Bogliano about his latest project, Here Comes the Devil, we also happened to hear more from the indie filmmaker about a new film on the horizon, Late Phases.
When asked about his upcoming directorial slate, Bogliano replied, "I have three or four films in development right now, but there's one that looks like it'll be shooting in the next few months. That's something called Late Phases; when I read it, I thought it was an interesting script- no, actually, one of the best scripts I've ever read."
"I'll be making Late Phases with Dark Sky and (writer) Eric Stolze as well as the producers behind V/H/S and A Horrible Way to Die. It's going to be the first time I'm making a film here in the US, too; I'm very excited," Bogliano added.
We first heard about the project during Fantastic Fest 2012, when we received the following synopsis:
Late Phases will tell the story of Ambrose McKinley, a blind war veteran, who moves into a community where the residents have been dying in increasing numbers - oddly, all have supposedly been the victims of dog attacks. But after barely surviving his own attack on his first night there, Ambrose discovers that the assailants are not just canines - they are entirely different and far more terrifying.
Look for more from Bogliano on both Late Phases and Here Comes the Devil soon!
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