Award Winning Film ‘Alchemy Of The Spirit’ Now Out On Prime Video (Trailer)

January 6, 2023

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Indie Rights has announced the North American VOD release of Steve Balderson‘s Alchemy of the Spirit. The heart-wrenching supernatural journey through “Til Death Do Us Part” is now available on Prime Video. It will soon launch on a number of Cable and digital platforms across North America.

 

Alchemy of the Spirit is the latest feature from acclaimed indie director Steve Balderson (Firecracker, The Casserole Club), starring Xander Berkeley (Candyman, “24”), Sarah Clarke (“24”, “Covert Affairs”), and cult icon Mink Stole (Female Trouble, Pink Flamingos). Balderson, Berkeley, and Clarke penned the screenplay together.

 

In the film, Artist Oliver Black (Xander Berkeley) wakes to discover his wife Evelyn (Sarah Clarke) has died in their bed overnight. Brimming with magical realism, we enter a world in which the misconceptions of our belief in a solid reality are revealed. Space and time bend in a way to challenge the audience with what is real, what is an illusion, and what is beyond…This peaceful and hypnotic quiet is interrupted by the outside world and the threat of everyday, common reality, thanks to Oliver’s art dealer (Mink Stole).”

 

Alchemy of the Spirit has taken film festivals by storm, including Fantasporto in Portugal, picking up a nomination for “Best International Feature.” It went on to screen around the globe to critical acclaim, including the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival taking home “Best Feature Film Science Fiction,” the Atlanta Underground Film Festival, where it won “Best Director,” and the International Sci-Fi & Fantasy Film Festival scoring awards for Best in Show, Best Director for Balderson, Best Actor for Berkeley, and Best Actress for Clarke.

 

 

 

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