As we ramp up for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival in NYC this April 16 - 27, more and more material on the films that will be playing the fest come pouring in. Today we've discovered that the festival page has a mighty fine trailer for one of its midnight selections.
Ivan Kavanagh's The Canal
is a ghost story, and from the looks of this trailer probably one that comes in the best sense of those words. One of our top priorities to see during the fest, Tribeca describes the film as such:
Sitting in an empty theater, a film archivist watches the grainy footage
that will be his undoing. David and his wife are perfectly happy--or so
he believes. When he finds out the home he shares with his wife and son
was the scene of a ghastly turn-of-the-century murder, David dismisses
it as ancient history. That is, until the sinister history ripples into
the present and casts a shadow over life as he knows it. And when a
looming secret shatters his marriage, David can't help but suspect the
dark spirits of the house are somehow involved. In his drive to unveil
the shadows hidden in the walls, David begins to descend into insanity,
threatening the lives of everyone around him.
Through ghastly imagery and a chilling score, Ivan Kavanagh's The Canal
is an Irish ghost story that will leave you with a fear of the dark and a
dripping chill down your spine long after the film's conclusion.
The film will have its world premiere on April 18. Now check out that trailer below!
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