The team behind the film “Lanier,” a horror-thriller inspired by true events in Lake Lanier’s history, has announced the movie is now available to stream on demand through Vimeo.
The film, which was shot on location on Lake Lanier, follows a local detective who specializes in drownings and a fellow law enforcement officer vacationing at the lake as they confront the dark history of what lies beneath its waters.
Read the North Gwinnett Voice’s story on the film here, where you can take a look behind the scenes of filming.
The film is available to rent for $3.99 for a 48-hour streaming period and available to buy for $11.99 to stream and download any time. Click here for purchase options. The movie can be viewed on a phone, tablet or computer.
Watch the official trailer for “Lanier” here.
FEATURED PHOTO: Donning a fedora, actor Chris Johnson, who plays Reed Johnson in the film “Lanier,” stands next to Lake Lanier to film a scene for the movie as crew member Jacob Wasden holds a boom mic overhead. Looking on are film investor Mike Schillis, center, who also portrays Andre Biggins in the film, and Cindy Kunz-Anderson, left, co-director, writer and executive producer for “Lanier.” Photos courtesy of “Lanier” movie.