Sci-fi Creature Feature, SEA FEVER Gets April Release Date!

Gunpowder & Sky via their sci-fi label, Dust will release the sci-fi creature feature SEA FEVER in theaters and digital on April 10th, 2020. The film is directed by award-winning filmmaker Neasa Hardiman. Get more details on the film below.

From The Press Release

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“A cinematic thrill with purpose” – /Film

“Harrowing and intelligent” – Collider

SEA FEVER

***World Premiere – Toronto International Film Festival 2019***

***U.S. Premiere – Fantastic Fest 2019***

Gunpowder & Sky, via their sci-fi label DUST, will release SEA FEVER in theaters and on Digital April 10, 2020. In addition, Fantastic Fest will present nationwide sneak peaks of the sci-fi creature feature on April 7th at participating Alamo Drafthouse locations.

SEA FEVER stars Hermione Corfield (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation), Connie Nielsen (Wonder Woman 1984, Gladiator), and Dougray Scott (Batwoman, Mission Impossible 2), and is the feature debut from BAFTA-winning director/writer Neasa Hardiman (Happy Valley, Jessica Jones).

SYNOPSIS: Siobhán’s a marine biology student who prefers spending her days alone in a lab. She has to endure a week on a ragged fishing trawler, where she’s miserably at odds with the close-knit crew. But out in the deep Atlantic, an unfathomable life form ensnares the boat. When members of the crew succumb to a strange infection, Siobhán must overcome her alienation and anxiety to win the crew’s trust, before everyone is lost.

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