“It’ll render you unexpectedly rattled.” – Los Angeles Times
“Eerie enough to stay rooted.” – Vulture
“The movie knows what it’s doing, whatever it’s doing.” – Chicago Tribune
In Luz, a young cab driver drags herself through the brightly-lit entrance of a run-down police station. She’s followed, however, by a demon, determined to finally be close to the woman it loves.
Tilman Singer made waves in 2018 with Luz, his supernatural horror film and directorial debut. Fearless and experimental, the film repurposes classic tropes of 1980s European horror films for a gripping, unnerving journey and macabre thrills. Join us at the NIGHT EMBASSY for a screening of Luz, followed by a Q&A with Singer himself.
The film includes drug use, violence, and visual effects that some viewers may find disturbing—viewer discretion is advised.
The screening is free and open to the public, but admission is only guaranteed to those who have a digital ticket. Get your ticket below.
Born in Leipzig in 1988, studies at Academy of Media Arts Cologne, wrote and directed LUZ (2018).
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