What happens when a group of Brooklynites enjoy a weekend away at a remote country farmhouse? They indulge in sex, drugs, yoga and organic cooking, of course. However, when a blackout of apocalyptic proportions leaves them stranded in the cold without food or electricity, anxiety sets in and destroys their tranquil atmosphere. Their food supply diminishes, friends grow jealous and wary of one another and, in turn, their struggle for survival takes an even graver turn.
Just the other week we had the pleasure of debuting a clip from the Benjamin Dickinson film, and while that shed some light on what to expect from First Winter, now we’re able to bring you the film’s full trailer, which not only offers up a solid sense of tone, but introductions to all the farmhouse-dwellers, too.
Check out the full trailer for the Tribeca Film Festival World Narrative Competition entry First Winter below and click here for all the film’s festival screening information.