Cool First Teaser Poster & Opening Clip for Indie 'Sound Of My Voice'
"Do not exit the vehicle. Close the garage door behind you." How about something a little spooky to end this fine evening? Fox Searchlight has started teasing their upcoming release of the indie Sound Of My Voice, which played at Sundance in 2011, with an opening clip and teaser poster. This is another cult film, but this time about two people who investigate a cult whose leader claims to be from the future. The poster plays off of a handshake from the film that's part of the cult, even though we don't get to see it in any of the footage. The film stars Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius and Brit Marling, who also co-wrote the script.
Here's the first teaser poster for Zal Batmanglij's Sound Of My Voice, which is pretty damn cool considering it's made up of something very unique from the film, and is very eye-catching. So far so good, I'm intrigued.
And here's the opening first 2-minutes for Sound Of My Voice, in high def from Apple, if you care to watch. I'm not a big fan of clips, but this sets a very mysterious, chilling atmosphere that I'm undeniably hooked by.
A journalist and friend get pulled in while investigating a cult whose leader claims to be from the future.
Sound Of My Voice is directed by Iranian-American filmmaker Zal Batmanglij, making his feature debut after the sci-fi short The Recordist previously. The screenplay was co-written by Batmanglij and the film's star, Brit Marling. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year and was acquired much later on by Fox Searchlight. Sound Of My Voice will be arriving in limited theaters starting April 27th this spring. For more info on the film, visit their official website, where it looks like they'll be revealing more this week.