"Moreau" is a movie that was shot entirely in Cambria County. On today's show, the director (who is from Central PA) talks about the film and why he chose to shoot is in his home state.
More about the film, from the director:
"Moreau" was filmed locally on a Red Epic Cinema Camera at 4.5K resolution; its resolution is high enough to be screened at an IMAX theater. Many professionals working on the film traveled to Pennsylvania from New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and we even have professionals working on the project in the UK. These professionals were mixed with young local talent that were interested in learning more about the film industry," said Christopher James Cramer, Director of "Moreau". "I was locally raised, which is why I was adamant in bringing the project back to Cambria County. The story of this suspense-thriller follows the survival of two women as they are being hunted by the main character, Moreau. While the film is currently NR, it's our belief it would be rated PG-13."
CENTRAL PA LIVE
"Moreau" Red Carpet Premiere
February 1, 2014
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
1418 Graham Avenue, Windber