!-- Google tag (gtag.js) -->
top of page
Sorcery_Movie still_Valentina Véliz Caileo as Rosa Raín lying on the floor with closed eye

SORCERY (2024)
Fantasy, Drama   Language: Spanish, Mapudungun, German  Subtitles: English

Out Now In UK Cinemas



BIRMINGHAM MIDLANDS ARTS CENTRE - from 20 July - Booking link

CHICHESTER NEW PARK - from 5 July - Booking link

INVERNESS EDEN COURT - from 9 July - Booking link

LONDON JW3 JEWISH CULTURAL CENTRE - from 7 July - Booking link
WARWICK ARTS CENTRE - from 7 July - Booking link


On the remote island of Chiloé in the late 19th century, an Indigenous girl named Rosa lives and works with her father on a farm. When the foreman brutally turns on Rosa's father, she sets out for justice, seeking help from the king of a powerful organisation of sorcerers.


Cast - Valentina Véliz Caileo, Daniel Antivilo, Sebastian Hülk

Director - Christopher Murray

Screenplay - Christopher Murray and Pablo Paredes

Cinematographer - María Secco   

Producers - Nicolás Celis, Viola Fügen, Rocío Jadue, Juan de Dios Larraín, Pablo Larraín

Executive Producers - Edward Allen, Mario Almeida, Cristóbal Güell, Jacqueline Jiménez, Sergio Karmy, Paul Presburger, Andrés Clariond Rangel, Andrea Undurraga, Paulina Valencia, Dan Wechsler, Andreas Roald, Jamal Zeinal-Zade


Christopher Murray holds a degree in Social Communication with the title of Audiovisual Director from the Catholic University of Chile. Right out of college, he co-directed with Pablo Carrera his first feature film Manuel de Ribera, which premièred in Rotterdam in 2010, kick-starting a tour around several film festivals including Viennale, BAFICI, Munich, Toulouse, Calgary and Gothenburg. The film achieved Best National Film award at Santiago International Film Festival 2010. His cross-media documentary project Filmic Map of a Country achieved the national fund and Official Selection at IDFA 2012, gaining international attention.


Murray's other credits include the acclaimed documentary drama Propaganda; the documentary Dios; and the award-winning drama The Blind Christ, which was nominated for a  Golden Lion for Best Film at the Venice Film Festival, among numerous other accolades.

bottom of page