A writer, possessed by a terrifying story hunts for its secret heart in a mysterious landscape. He journeys into unknown, dreamlike places, haunted by the infamous Hum emitted from a strange factory.
As the veil between worlds thins this Hallowe’en, the doorway opens to `Strange Factories’, a unique live cinema experience that will immerse you in its dreamlike world.
In the depths of every artist’s imagination, a story exists that threatens to engulf the mind of those who dare to believe it. For every wondrous fairytale, there lives its dark and horrifying twin. Victor, a writer, possessed by a terrifying story journeys into unknown, dreamlike places, haunted by the infamous Hum emitted from a strange factory…
Stronheim invites you to explore the wonder and terror of a haunted film, as you experience the film unravel inside his factory and witness its characters come to life around you.
Become part of the ‘Strange Factories’ story via the magic mirror of the silver screen to discover the truth every imagination hides.
‘Strange Factories’ was released on Saturday 26th October 2013 at The Cinema Museum London within theatrical live events running until the 9th November 2013 and a following tour until the end of November 2013.
The last show of the 2013 season has closed, but this doesn't mean that you've seen the last 'Strange Factories'.
For those of you who were unable to enter Stronheim's Factory of Moving Images, we're pleased to say that the ending is just another beginning. Faith after all, is a wound that takes a lifetime to die from and we hear that 'The Society of Imaginari' is already recruiting a new Guild Master. Stories travel faster through flesh.
‘Strange Factories’ is available to buy and download right now via VHX. watch.strangefactories.com/buy
We look forward to sharing what we have planned with you for next year soon. In the meantime, here's a selection of some of the incredible audience responses to 'Strange Factories'.
Strange Factories is a strange Triumph - The Alt Entertainer thealtentertainer.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/strange-factories-is-a-strange-triumph/
Immersive Theatre And Film At The Cinema Museum - The Londonist londonist.com/2013/10/cinemamuseum.php
Review of Strange factories on 28th October 2013 - Terror Attractions terrorattractions.co.uk/page.php?show=strangefactories
Out Of The Ashes - Filmmaker Magazine - Interview with John and Lucy Harrigan filmmakermagazine.com/tag/strange-factories/#.UqoceOKOfiF
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