The Call of Farqunglu
The Cult of Farqunglu perform a summoning
The Cult of Farqunglu perform a summoning
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Released November 22, 2012
Kurtis Theorin
  • Fantasy
  • Parody
Running time
Language English

The Call of Farqunglu is a 2012 comic fantasy brickfilm directed by Kris Theorin and written by Kurtis Theorin.[1][2] It follows the consequences of an attempt to stop a religious cult from summoning a great evil.[3] It is a parody of the works of H. P. Lovecraft.

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Crew[edit | edit source]

  • Kris Theorin - Animator, Editor
  • Kurtis Theorin - Story, Voices

Awards[edit | edit source]

Year Competition Category Result
2012 Brickfilmer's Guild Animation Festival Best Brickfilm Nominated
Best Screenplay Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Animation Nominated
Best Voice Acting Nominated
FirstGlance Film Festival Philadelphia Best Student Film Won
Off Shoot Educational Film Fest Student Animation First place
2013 Westport Youth Film Festival Best Animation Won
National Film Festival for Talented Youth Audience Choice Award Won
Fresh Takes Film Festival Best Animation Won
2014 Josiah Media Festival Animation Second place

The film was also part of the official selection for the Thriller Chiller Film Festival, the Philadelphia Film and Animation Festival, the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, the West Chester Film Festival, the Hollyshorts Film Festival, and the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival.[4]

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