WHO’S IN IT?
Sierra McCormick (Ramona and Beezus), Jake Horowitz (Murt Ramirez Wants to Kick My Ass), Gail Cronauer (JFK), Bruce Davis (All Eyez On Me), Cheyenne Barton (Transient), Gregory Peyton (film debut), Mallorie Rodak (film debut), Mollie Milligan (Kreep), Ingrid Fease (film debut), Brandon Stewart (The Sand Dune), Kirk Griffith (Carter High), Nika Sage McKenna (film debut), Brett Brock (Infamous), Pam Dougherty (Summer Wars), Lynn Blackburn (5 Souls), Richard Jackson (Parkland), James Mayberry (film debut), Nicolette Doke (St. Nick), Grant James (film debut), Libby Villari (Boyhood), Gordon Fox (Time Tracers), John Gindling (film debut), Brianna Beasley (Dark Places), Chamblee Ferguson (Cadillac Ranch), L.A. Young (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Andrew Patterson (film debut), director; James Montague (film debut), writer, producer; Craig W. Sanger (film debut), writer; Adam Dietrich (The Ladies of the House) and Melissa Kirkendall (Secrets of a Psychopath), producers; Erick Alexander (film debut) and Jared Bulmer (film debut), composers; Miguel Ioann Littin Menz (Hands of Stone), cinematographer; Junius Tully (film debut), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
During a night shift at a local radio station in 1950s New Mexico, young switchboard operator Fay (McCormick) and radio DJ Everett (Horowitz) discover a strange audio frequency that sends them on a perilous journey to discover its mysterious origins, and what it could mean for them and the rest of the town…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Remarked by critics as a charming and engrossing debut by director Andrew Patterson, The Vast of Night is a thrilling call-back to early Spielberg movies while adding its own unique voice to the sci-fi genre.