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Hermetica Komhata HK320

From 1941 to 1943, Dr. Joseph H. Stanislaw produced a science fiction film with which he intended to disclose his theories and research concerning the study of the influence of cosmic emanations on the human mind, through his experiments with a film of Ectoplasmic sensitivity.
The story of this unique scientist and his unreleased film (Sadly destroyed by Soviet authorities during the siege of Leningrad )
It seemed lost forever …
Until 1965 when some of the most important pieces of his invaluable legacy were found in the depository of Kresty prison. Now at last, after a painstaking restoration, and thanks to the magic of cinema’s science,
We are going to travel into a utopian world where all his theories have been implemented.

 

 

Ricardo Salvador: Director
Erik Alexander Wilson: Director of Photography

 

Film Type: Feature
Genres: Sci-fi, experimental, Surreal, metaphysical
Runtime: 1 hour 32 minutes 19 seconds
Completion Date: September 18, 2016
Country of Origin: Spain
Country of Filming: Spain
Film Language: English, Spanish
Shooting Format: S 16 mm
Film Color: Black & White and Color

 

Director Statement:
Ric Salvador is passionate about metaphysics, mysticism, kabbala, spiritism … and uses the genre of Science Fiction / Terror in an underground and experimental way, to transmute within his films, transcendental and pseudo-scientific themes into a unique amalgam of cinematic techniques and manipulation.

 

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