Called “one of the most prescient films of the decade,” She Dies Tomorrow¸ from Neon and writer/director Amy Seimetz, centers on a woman who believes she is about to die from a mysterious illness that is also highly contagious.
The psychological thriller, which recently went through sound and picture finishing at Goldcrest Post in New York, delves into universal feelings of anxiety and dread through a story that blends horror, humor, drama and the surreal.
From this panel recorded during NAB Show New York, we invite you to join Variety Editor Jazz Tangcay as she interviews Seimetz, DP Jay Keitel, Colorist Nat Jencks, and Supervising Sound Editor Mary Ellen Porto on how they created this successful feature film.
Mary Ellen Porto
Supervising Sound Editor
Actress, Writer & Producer