A witch movie has been made in the English language, the first ever film in English-language to be produced for the English-speaking world.
The film, titled “The Witch”, was produced by the British Film Institute (BFI), which is one of the few independent film companies to produce films in English.
It was directed by Peter Dutton and stars Tessa Thompson as a young witch who discovers that a sinister group called The Witch are behind the events of the film, and the subsequent trials that follow.
It is set in 1842 in Gloucestershire, England, and was shot in the town of Cripplegate in Somerset.
The witch trials are set in Gloucester, England in the 1830s.
They are led by the notorious witch Reverend Thomas Woodfield, who is also a witch.
His followers have been accused of practising witchcraft and of being responsible for the deaths of at least eight people, including a 12-year-old boy.
The Witch stars Tanya Jones, Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain, Kate Winslet, Emily St John Mandel and Tom Hardy.
The film will also be released in the UK on February 24.