Jordan Graham's Horror Thriller SATOR Acquired by 1091 Pictures

Jordan Graham’s haunting demonic horror thriller "Sator" has been acquired by 1091 Pictures for its North American release. The film which premiered at the 2019 Fantasia International Film Festival was hailed as “strikingly atmospheric” by Variety. It also went on to have well-received screenings at the Telluride Horror Show and the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival and the Marche Du Film Online by Yellow Veil Pictures. The film touts to be nearly a one-person operation, Jordan Graham works as the director, writer, editor and producer of "Sator", in addition to lensing and scoring the feature. The film follows a demon known as Sator as he observes an intimate family secluded in the woods. Graham’s own grandmother, June Peterson, now passed, recounts her real personal history with the mysterious entity on-screen alongside newcomers Michael Daniel, Aurora Lowe, Gabriel Nicholson and Rachel Johnson. The deal was negotiated by Lev-Avery Peck for 1091 Pictures and Yellow Veil Pictures on behalf of the filmmakers. No details yet on the exact release date but be sure to check our site for updates.


Formed in 2018 by Hugues Barbier, Justin Timms, and Joe Yanick, Yellow Veil Pictures is a New York City and Los Angeles-based worldwide film sales company. Focusing exclusively on boundary pushing genre cinema, Yellow Veil seeks to highlight emerging filmmakers who exist on the cusp of commercial, arthouse cinema, while maintaining a unique focus on festival strategy and production and packaging.


1091 Pictures has been in business since 2010 and brings an existing client roster of over 500 filmmakers and distributors, along with a library of over 4,000 titles available in more than 90 territories worldwide.
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