Hell-Tor Film Festival
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Author of hit play ‘Witch’ examines the history of Witchcraft in the South West. From traditional herbal remedies through to the terrible persecutions, Tracey gives a balanced overview of a tradition shrouded in superstitions.
A new festival celebrating Dartmoors rich history of ghosts, ghouls and witchcraft. The inaugural Hell-Tor film festival will present a weekend of Gothic horror with films, talks and readings inspired by the folklore of the moor.
Hell-Tor is a mixture of classic horror features, shorts, lectures and opportunities to hear renowned genre directors, authors and actors talk openly of their own love of the genre and the regions legacy. Its time for horror to come home.
Tracey Norman is the writer and creator of the hugely successful play ‘Witch‘ and resides in Devon U.K. Written in 2016, this powerful play is based on the compelling true story of Deanes Grimmertons and include the transcript of the 17th Century Witch trial. When she is not performing or narrating audiobooks, Tracey writes in a number of genres. She is a member of the Exeter Authors Association, a Devon-based writers’ network.
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