Coming-of-age horror film We’re All Going To The World’s Fair gets its first trailer following festival screenings. 

After screenings at the Sundance, Fantasia, and Grimmfest film festivals, We’re All Going To The World’s Fair gets a trailer and a theatrical release date. The coming-of-age horror film will be in UK cinemas from 29th April, with a digital and Blu-ray release quickly following on 9th May.

The film stars Anna Cobb, and is directed by Jane Schoenbrun. It focuses on a teenage girl who becomes immersed in an online role-playing game, and has been described as dealing with topics of internet culture, identity, and coming-of-age. It’s received largely positive reviews from the festival screenings it’s had so far.

Here’s the trailer –

We’re All Going To The World’s Fair is in UK cinemas on 29th April, with a digital and Blu-ray release on 9th May.

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