Exclusive An American Satan Trailer From Aram Garriga’s Documentary

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Exclusive An American Satan Trailer From Aram Garriga's Documentary

Exclusive An American Satan Trailer From Aram Garriga’s Documentary

ComingSoon.net is debuting the exclusive trailer for the upcoming documentary An American Satan from filmmaker Aram Garriga. An immersive journey into one of the most fascinating phenomena of American religious pluralism, the film features the views and personal stories of some of today’s active members of the church and other self-styled Satanists. The Official Selection at Sitges Film Festival is arriving on VOD and Digital on April 13. You can check out the trailer in the player below along with the documentary’s poster!

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Founded in 1966 in California by Anton Szandor LaVey, the Church of Satan has often been surrounded by mysteries, scandals, and moral panics. Some of today’s active members of the church and other free-styled Satanists will share their views, memories, ritual practices, and personal stories about how they got involved with Satanism, discussing the false myths that still surround the movement.

Directed by Garriga who co-wrote the project along with Xavi Prat, the documentary features Peter H. Gilmore, Blanche Barton, Adam Cardone, Diabolus Rex, Zoth Ommogh, Neil Smith, Karen Millman, David Harris, Heather Harris, Dr. Robert Johnson, Peggy Nadramia, Ruth Waytz, Boyd Rice, Steven Johnson Leyba, Stanton Lavey, M.A. Mandrake, Aden Ardennes, Raul Antony, Milton C. Cruver, and Darren Deicide.

An American Satan is produced by Garriga and Carles Torras and is co-produced by Diego Rodriguez and Alf Wahlgren, With the support of ICEC (Generalitat de Catalunya) and the collaboration of Glass Eye PIx and Twelve Oaks Pictures.

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An American Satan is Garriga’s third documentary feature after American Jesus (2013), an exploration of the fringes of American Christianity, and Introspective (2007), a documentary about the post-rock scene of the ’90s.