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Spanish film poster
Directed by Manuel Carballo
Produced by Julio Fernández
Written by David Muñoz
Starring Tommy Bastow
Stephen Billington
Doug Bradley
Sophie Vavasseur
Cinematography Javier Salmones
Edited by Manuel Carballo
Distributed by Filmax
Release dates
  • 13 October 2010 (2010-10-13) (Sitges)
Country Spain
Language English

Exorcismus (Spanish: La posesión de Emma Evans) is a 2010 Spanish horror film directed by Manuel Carballo and written by David Muñoz,[1] it stars Sophie Vavasseur and Stephen Billington.[2]


Secluded, home-schooled teenager Emma's uncontrolled behaviour causes her to believe she is possessed by the Devil. When terrible things start to happen to her friends and family, her parents grudgingly call in the help of her uncle who is a priest to drive out the evil spirits.[3]



In November 2008 Luis de la Madrid was set to direct the Exorcism film[9] and was, on 22 September 2009, replaced by Manuel Carballo.[10] The Spanish director David Muñoz wrote the script of the film,[11] shooting began on 5 October 2009 in the Studios of Filmax.[12]


Screening rights were secured in the UK by E1 Entertainment, in Australia by Vendetta, in Brazil by Playarte, in Italy by Mediafilm, by Gulf Film for the Middle East, Lusomundo for Portugal and CDi acquired the screening rights for Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile.[13] The film will release in the United States as The Possession of Emma Evans,[14] which is set for 2011.[15]


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