reviewed by IndieWire as a solid addition to the movie tradition of arctic
thrillers, “Black Mountain Side” follows
a group of archaeologists after they uncover a stone structure in the snow,
engraved with indecipherable archaic writings and symbols. Releasing an ancient virus, an illness begins
to spread through the crew members and they are provoked into violence by
visions of a mysterious figure.
received its World Premiere at FANTASIA, and since then it has been acclaimed as the best psychological paranoid horror of the year; winning the award for Best
Cinematography at the Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.
Matteo Rolleri, CEO of Devilworks says “We are ready to
bring this eclectic film to Cannes; it is truly a psychological ride in the
darkness of the paranoia… on ice!”