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.