From The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari's Sonambula to the Brad Pitt-starring global epidemic film World War Z, zombies have occupied a rich and perennial part of our imagination and nightmares. This is the definitive look at the zombie genre in film, literature and broader cultural influence, featuring luminaries of the genre including Max Brooks (writer, "World War Z" and "The Zombie Survival Guide"), Robert Kirkland (writer, "The Walking Dead") and George Romero. 

Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe

Produced by Robert Muratore, Kerry Deignan Roy

Premiere:  SXSW Film Festival

Rights Available:  All rights excluding US

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