An analysis of horror films that take place in forests such as Woodshock (Kate & Laura Mulleavy, 2017) and Antichrist (Lars Von Trier, 2009).
Emma Kredl is an undergraduate Film Production student at Concordia University, specializing in screenwriting. Her film studies research focuses on spatial representations of grief in horror and melodrama. Outside of her academic studies, Emma has worked in a variety of roles in the art industry including acting, curating and sound engineering. She is also an amateur ASMR content creator.