Olalla

A great review of Olalla

OLALLA, THE ABSTINENCE OF BLOOD By Carlos Gutiérrez A. (cultural journalist and literature professor) Published on Monday, 25 July, 2016 in the Sucre newspaper: Libertador American filmmaker Amy Hesketh, living in Bolivia, just premiered her new film at the Mexican Film Festival FERATUM (showcasing horror and science fiction films). This film has received good reviews. It’s an adaptation of Robert… Read more →

New Podcast with Amy Hesketh

Amy Hesketh just did her second podcast with John HorrorDude Ginder for A Horrorfying Blog. In it, they discuss Olalla, Bluebeard, and Dead But Dreaming. Their chat ranges from caring about one’s actors, to *gasp* nudity in the films, and everything in between. So grab a beverage, crank up your heat/cooling, and have a listen! Amy Hesketh on a Horrorfying Blog podcast… Read more →

Great things are happening with Olalla!

The first review of Olalla has come out, and it’s great! Here’s an excerpt: “Thanks to its totally unconventional approach, Olalla is one of the most interesting vampire movies of late – these are not your typical bloodsuckers, but a typical old-fashioned family with a strict hierarchy, its black sheep (Olalla) and forbidden fruits (Ofelia), its enforcers (Felipe) and eccentrics… Read more →

The DVD of Olalla is here!

We are so very pleased to announce the limited DVD release of Amy Hesketh’s new film, Olalla! It has been a beautiful struggle making this film, and we’re so grateful to the contributors of the IndieGoGo campaign, and our wonderful fans who helped to make this exciting and ambitious film a reality. We went even farther in post-production with the special… Read more →

That’s a wrap! Olalla finishes production

We have great news, on May 25th Olalla wrapped its production. All of the scenes have now been shot and we’re well into post-production. Amy Hesketh, the director (and protagonist) has lots to say about it on her blog, which you can read at this link right here. We’ll have more news as the post-production progresses, and don’t forget you… Read more →