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Jovanka Vuckovic's 'The Captured Bird' goes into production with Guillermo del Toro

24 August 2010 6:14 PM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

We've been waiting a long time to announce this one. Former Rue Morgue magazine editor-in-chief Vuckovic is about to shoot her directorial debut - a monster movie short produced by del Toro.

Knowing what we do of the director/writer's tastes in horror, we're expecting something creepy, but beautiful. The 'fairy tale' aspect to the storyline also seems appropriate for del Toro's mentorship. If there's one thing del Toro does well, it is fantastical imagery.

“Jovanka’s vision has been honed to perfection and combines true poetry with savage instinct,” says del Toro. “[It’s] lyrical and brutal. Just what the doctor ordered.”

“The Captured Bird is inspired in part by a childhood nightmare, the writings of H. P. Lovecraft, the fables of the Brothers Grimm and the paranormal phenomenon referred to as The Shadow People,” explains writer-director Vuckovic. “It’s sort of a dark fable that I hope people will find haunting, »

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Jovanka Vuckovic and Guillermo del Toro to Expose the Horrors of The Captured Bird

24 August 2010 5:06 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Let us be clear ... Jovanka Vuckovic is the most rock and roll chick we know. Seriously, when it comes to being a female horror fan, or even just a die-hard horror fan of any sex, look no further than her for a role model. When she left her position as editor at Rue Morgue Magazine, we knew she'd be back ... and she is ... with a vengeance!

From the Press Release

Former Rue Morgue editor-in-chief Jovanka Vuckovic is preparing to shoot her debut short film, The Captured Bird, with Guillermo del Toro, director of the Academy Award-winning Pan’s Labyrinth and the Hellboy films, in the Executive Producer chair.

Vuckovic was recently named by the Horror Society as one of the top thirteen most important women in the history of horror, alongside genre heavy hitters Mary Shelley, Kathryn Bigelow and Vampira. Now, in a return to her creative roots, she’ll »

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Guillermo Del Toro Exec Producing Jovanka Vuckovic's The Captured Bird

24 August 2010 2:47 PM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

When former Rue Morgue editor Jovanka Vuckovic left her post at the magazine recently to pursue her own creative endeavors everyone new it wouldn't be long before she made a splash. She's just done so. I'll let the official announcement speak for itself:

Toronto, Canada (Tuesday August 24th, 2010) ¬¬- Former Rue Morgue editor-in-chief Jovanka Vuckovic is preparing to shoot her debut short film, The Captured Bird, with Guillermo del Toro, director of the Academy Award-winning Pan's Labyrinth and the Hellboy films, in the Executive Producer chair.

Vuckovic was recently named by the Horror Society as one of the top thirteen most important women in the history of horror, alongside genre heavy hitters Mary Shelley, Kathryn Bigelow and Vamipra. Now, in a return to her creative roots, she'll make her own horror/fantasy film after years of writing about them in the popular horror genre magazine, Rue Morgue.  

 "Jovanka's vision has »

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