Documenting the Witch Path has a concept that is new to documentaries and it revolves around an important subject that is up to date all over the world. Three young documentary filmmakers find out about a place called 'The Witch Path'. It leads to a lake known as 'Witch Lake' where, in the 17th century, innocent women were drowned when they were accused of witchery.

Today, the path and the lake are closed off. No one wants to answer why, but the filmmakers venture out to find a horrifying truth...

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The crew

Written, directed & edited by: Carl Sundström
Produced by: Simon Tuomisto
Cinematographer: Robin Eriksson Franzén
Sound & assistant editor: Nathaniel P. Erlandsson
Secondary camera and extra: Erik Sundström 



Director Statement

The documentary film I've made is called Documenting the Witch Patch. It has a concept that is new to documentaries and it revolves around an important subject that is up to date all over the world. 

With a build-up style like an old horror movie we follow the documentary team that will investigate the place called the Witch Lake.
This is a documentary with a strong message that shocked the test audience to tears.
I welcome you to a new experience of documentary filmmaking.