“I want to go to the World’s Fair.” Say it three times into your computer camera. Prick your finger, draw some blood and smear it on the screen. Now press play on the video. They say that once you’ve seen it, the changes begin…
In a small town, a shy and isolated teenage girl becomes immersed in this online role-playing game.
One of the most original horror films in recent years, We’re All Going to the World’s Fair roots its dread in the mundaneness of modernity – loneliness, identity, and the opportunities and risks that the web offers. Featuring a phenomenal central performance, this is a profoundly relatable film.
We are excited that director/writer Jane Schoenbrun and actress Anna Cobb will join us for a live online Q&A after the scheduled screening of the film.