Upcoming Horror Film Seance Adds After’s Inanna Sarkis
The actress will star opposite Suki Waterhouse in the upcoming feature from V/H/S writer Simon Barrett.
By Chris Morse
Simon Barrett’s upcoming horror movie Seance has landed another star in After’s Inanna Sarkis. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actress has officially boarded the project, which is on its way from Dark Castle Entertainment, HanWay Films, and Ingenious Media. This film will mark the directorial debut of V/H/S writer Barrett.
Seance is set in an all-girls boarding school haunted by a vengeful spirit and follows a young woman named Camille who arrives at the Fairfield Academy following one of the student’s untimely and violent death. Written and directed by Simon Barrett, the film stars Suki Waterhouse (Into the Dark: New Year, New You, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) and Inanna Sarkis (After).
Producing alongside Dark Castle, HanWay, and Ingenious Media are John Schoenfelder, Russell Ackerman, Tomas Deckaj, and Alex Mace, with Hal Sadoff on board as executive producer. The film is still in pre-production for now, but filming is set to begin next month in Canada.
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