Speculation about the official release date for Oren Peli’s debut feature Paranormal Activity is still swirling around the film, but those of you who are attending the Telluride Film Festival have an earlier chance than most to see it as it will be screened on Saturday night, September 5th, as part of the fest’s “Sneak Preview” series.
From the TFF website:
Things do go bump in the night … and do much more. Oren Pell and his team shot this spooky tale for just $11,000 on home video cameras, which become a central part of the film’s conceit. The story follows a young couple’s attempts to capture the source of the strange sounds that fill their house at night. Do not plan to walk home alone after this film. (U.S., 2008, 80m)
Telluride, typically held over Labor Day weekend (this year it runs September 4-7), is unique in that what’s playing is not revealed until attendees reach the mountains. As the Washington Post’s Kenneth Turan describes it, TFF is a first-rate proving ground for new pictures and a chance to discover lost genius…”
For more dates and details of when you, too, might be able to see Paranormal Activity, keep it here.
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