The last time we talked about Miguel Ángel Vivas’ post-apocalyptic horror flick Welcome to Harmony was in February, but with Cannes under way (and sucking up every minute of our time), some chilly sales art has come our way.
Based on Juan De Dios Garduño’s best-selling novel Y Pese A Todo, the film will be about World War III, pitting the US, Great Britain and Israel against Iran, China and Russia. Welcome to Harmony will focus on chemical weapons that wipe out everyone in each country except a father and daughter and their hated neighbor living in Bangor, Maine, who have to confront unwanted visitors.
Vivas is currently writing the script for the project alongside Alberto Marini, former director of international productions at Filmax, who helped develop key titles at the studio including the [REC] films, The Way and Sleep Tight. “It’s an apocalyptic horror film in the mold of ‘I Am Legend’ and ’28 Days Later,’” says Vaca Films’ Borja Pena.
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