Cinema Quarantino, Film

CINEMA QUARANTINO: The Witch Hunters (2019) dir. Raško Miljković

Streaming courtesy ReelAbilities Boston

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Cinema Quarantino is an ongoing series of alternative streaming picks for the self-quarantined and the socially distanced, as selected by the film staff of Boston Hassle. To browse the rest of our picks, click here!

THE FILM: The Witch Hunters (2019) dir. Raško Miljković

THE STREAMER: ReelAbilities Boston

Like many other festivals and arthouse cinemas, ReelAbilities has gone completely online. If you’ve missed the other screenings, don’t miss closing night! ReelAbilities is a one-of-a-kind festival giving a voice to the disability community. Not only are all their screenings free and open to the public, they are incredibly accessible. Now, with the festival going online, they’re even more accessible and more free – well, no travel involved. Every screening has a live Q&A on Youtube.

The Witch Hunters is a story of a young boy with Cerebral Palsy. In an imaginary world, he is a superhero called Shade. After befriending a new desk mate Milica, they are convinced that Milica’s father’s new girlfriend is a Witch that they have to fight. Following the film, a Q&A with director RAŠKO MILJKOVIĆ.

To attend this virtual screening, all you need to do is register on the ReelAbilities website! You’ll receive a link a few hours before the start time to your email, and that’s it! Some of the films are available online in other capacities, and the Q&As are all saved on the Boston Jewish Film Youtube channel.

Link to register: https://reelabilities.org/boston/film/the-witch-hunters/

The Witch Hunters
2019
dir. Raško Miljković
86 min.

Thursday, April 2 at 7:00pm
Q&A with Director at 8:35pm on Youtube

Streaming is no substitute for taking in a screening at a locally owned cinema, and right now Boston’s most beloved theaters need your help to survive. If you have the means, the Hassle strongly recommends making a donation, purchasing a gift card, or becoming a member at the Brattle Theatre, Coolidge Corner Theatre, and/or the Somerville Theatre. Keep film alive, y’all.

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