Constantin Werner

 

 

 

About the film

The Pagan Queen is a US-Czech co production and was filmed in the Czech Republic. It is the second feature of director Constantin Werner. The film stars Czech-American actress Winter Ave Zoli (Sons of Anarchy) as the lead.

It was released theatrically in the Czech Republic in October 2009 after its premiere at the Estepona Fantastic Film Festival in Spain, where it won the Silver Unicorn award for best original score. Since then the film has been released in over a dozen countries including the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany and Russia.

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To buy the film in the US you can order it a.o. at these outlets:

Amazon
Buy.com
Tower Records
Best Buy
DVD Planet

To rent it or view it online streaming go to Netflix.com

Press Clippings

"Director Constantin Werner gives us a beautiful and realistic look at early medieval paganism." Cosette Paneque, The Pagan Newswire Collective

"Shot in the Czech Republic in perfectly chosen areas that could have easily sprung from ancient wood carvings, The Pagan Queen is an opulent looking production ... an interesting discovery if you are looking for something a little different with an hypnotic pace all its own." Nathanial Thompson, Mondo Digital

"An interesting blend of drama, romance and historical fantasy, Pagan Queen is a nicely made picture with beautiful camera work and strong performances. It plays around with some interesting themes quite effectively and makes for a different type of film all together." Ian Jane, AV Maniacs

"Winter Ave Zoli (Sons of Anarchy) was a joy to watch on the screen." Bryan Schuessler, Shuizmz

Press Photos

Winter Ave Zoli and Csaba Lucas at the premiere party in Prague at the Radost FX nightclub:

Check out more of the premiere photos in the Czech yellow press:

bleskove.aktualne.centrum.cz


The film had its festival premiere on September 8, 2009 at the Estepona Fantastic Film Festival in Spain where it won a silver unicorn award for best film music:

Lea Mornar (Vlasta) accepting the award in Spain.