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Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare Poised for Big Screen Debut

Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare will make its long-awaited big screen debut this weekend at The Unnamed Footage Festival. The fest runs from March 24-25.

The film is Directed by Rafael Cherkaski. It was written by Quentin Boeton, Simon-Pierre Boireau, and Cherkaski.

Descent into Darkness: My European Nightmare follows Sorgoi Prakov (played by Cherkaski) a television cameraman from a fictional Eastern European country. Sorgoi is traveling Europe and capturing footage for a televised documentary about The European Dream. But, over time, Sorgoi begins to realize that the European Dream may actually be the European Nightmare.

The Unnamed Footage Festival will feature short and feature-length films from around the world, all using found footage or mockumentary narrative style. While the lineup will include comedy, drama, and sci-fi films, the focus of the fest is naturally to showcase the genre that helped put found footage filmmaking on the map: horror. If you’re in the San Francisco area, you can grab tickets right here.

*POV Horror is a partner site of Found Footage Critic*

Sorgoi Prakov: My European Dream (2015) - Found Footage Film

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