Award-winning zombie film shot at Wright State University sets local premiere for Halloween weekend
Revelation, the award-winning short film by writer/director Will Graver, will have its local premiere Saturday, Oct. 30, at The Neon in Dayton. The majority of the film was shot on the campus of Wright State University last year and features local talent.
(Media-Newswire.com) - Revelation, the award-winning short film by writer/director Will Graver, will have its local premiere Saturday, Oct. 30, at The Neon in Dayton. The majority of the film was shot on the campus of Wright State University last year and features local talent.
In the zombie-filled world of the film, two young people seek shelter on a large college campus where they find a mysterious man living alone in the campus tunnels. Everyone must decide who can be trusted as they struggle to survive the zombie threat.
“This is a zombie movie with a message,” said Graver. “It’s a social commentary focusing on the importance of human interaction in times of need.”
Revelation has been an official selection at various film festivals, including Scotland’s Deep Fried Film Festival. It won the award for “Best Zombie Film” at the 2010 Fright Night Film Festival in Louisville, KY.
The premiere will begin at 3:30 p.m. with several locally produced short films. The 28-minute Revelation will be followed by a 15-minute documentary about its production and a Q&A session. The event should last about an hour and a half. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at The Neon box office.
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