Denver director Jennifer McCray Rincon works with actor Bill Pullman, who wrote "The Wild Hunt," during rehearsal on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016.

(Courtesy Phillip Baldwin)

Aside from actor Bill Pullman, there's little about "The Wild Hunt" that resembles a Hollywood blockbuster. 

Jennifer McCray Rincon is co-directing "The Wild Hunt," which Pullman wrote. She's a long-time collaborator of Pullman's and the founder of Denver's Visionbox Studio, where she teaches acting.

The project explores dark themes centered around pagan beliefs and the winter solstice. A character named Lussi in a mental hospital in New England has premonitions of an apocalypse. The production is still a work in progress. At the moment, it incorporates projections, original music, puppets and more. The creators will host a preview at the EXDO Event Center in Denver on Sunday, Jan. 10.

McCray Rincon spoke with Colorado Matters host Andrea Dukakis.