RedcoolMedia favicon

The Devils Feast

Free download The Devils Feast video and edit with RedcoolMedia movie maker MovieStudio video editor online and AudioStudio audio editor onlin

This is the free video The Devils Feast that can be downloaded, played and edit with our RedcoolMedia movie maker MovieStudio free video editor online and AudioStudio free audio editor online


Play, download and edit the free video The Devils Feast.

The Devils Feast is the first feature film shot on digital video to be made in the UK. It was shot in 1998 and was premiered at the Phoenix Picturehouse in Oxford on 26th November 1999.

The film follows Chloe Mason is an up-and-coming conceptual artist whose controversial exhibition The Devils Feast has opened both to rave reviews and condemnation. Her work is sexual, political, provocative and blasphemous - and open to a wide range of interpretations. To some critics, she\u2019s the new Picasso, to others her entire exhibition is a load of meaningless crap.

But whether Chloe Mason is any good or not is almost immaterial. The question is: what sort of person produces work like this? Through a series of flashbacks, we learn about Chloe and the series of events that have led up to The Devils Feast.

We also meet the characters whose lives interact with Chloe, inspiring her artistic output. There\u2019s her best friend, Janet, a single mother who is constantly searching for the right man in all the wrong places, and Sticks, the idealistic editor of a local anarchist magazine who becomes Chloe\u2019s boyfriend. And then there\u2019s Paul the leader of a mysterious religious cult: just what is he up to?

Like the exhibition of the title, The Devils Feast tackles head-on such weighty topics as religion, sex and politics, throwing in drugs and violence for good measure. And like Chloe Mason\u2019s work, audiences can interpret this film in different ways: is it a psychological drama or a black comedy? The Devils Feast has an anarchic energy always keeps the viewer guessing! With its complex, multi-stranded story structure, an improvised script, and a gritty realism achieved through the use of hand-held cameras, The Devils Feast straddles the rarely explored middle-ground between Ken Loach and Quentin Tarantino.

Download, play and edit free videos and free audios from The Devils Feast using web apps