The New Life wins at Cryptshow Festival in Spain

Director Daniel Giambruno’s latest short The New Life has won the Jury’s award at the inaugural edition of Cryptfest, a fantasy/horror film festival in Catalunya, Spain. The prize consists of a trophy and 666 euros.

Triggered by Dante Alighieri’s Vita Nova, albeit not an adaptation, The New Life shows how a man’s ideal world crumbles as he discovers that his life is nothing but a fantasy conjured by the darkest of beings.

The New Life is an atmospheric supernatural tale of demonic possession and it features actors Salvatore Coco and Kaja Trøa in the lead roles. Completed towards the end of last year, the film’s accolades also include a Jury’s Special Mention at the Fano Int’l Film Festival in Italy, a Gold Remi at WorlFest Houston, and the Scream Queen Award for actress Kaja Trøa, won at A Night Of Horror a couple of months ago in Sydney.

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