Last night academy award winning director Barry Levinson (Good Morning Vietnam; Rain Man) took to the Midnight Madness stage to premiere the first horror film in his career.
THE BAY is an extremely well constructed found footage eco-horror of a tragedy that befalls a small American town. Levinson shows that he can adapt to the changing movie-making technology -- the film employed over twenty different digital cameras. He and his team took all of this footage and crafted a compelling and down right horrific story made even more scary when you find out that over 85% of the science featured in THE BAY is true.
The post-screening Q&A was more so a masterclass with a brilliant director. Here we present Robert A. Mitchell's video.
Thurs., Sept. 13th, 2:45 PM CINEPLEX YONGE & DUNDAS 6