“A town called theocracy is a humorous tale about a town where films are illegal, and the lone theatre attendant attempting to keep the memory alive. It makes an interesting commentary on Society seen through the guise of a super religious town. Overall I really loved this, the story was creative, acting was engaging and the cinematography clearly and stylishly illustrated the monotony of the theatre attendants daily life, a super creative film I would recommend.”

– Blackbird Film Festival