|Directed by:||Barry Levinson|
|Written by:||Barry Levinson|
|Produced by:||Brian Kavanaugh-Jones; Jason Blum; Barry Levinson|
|Music by:||Marcelo Zarvos|
|Edited by:||Aaron Yanes|
|Distributed by:||Automatik Entertainment|
Lions Gate Entertainment 
|Released:||November 4th, 2012|
|Running time:||84 min.|
The Bay is an American independent horror film of the "found footage" subgenre. It was written and directed by Barry Levinson and co-written by Michael Wallach. It was produced by Automatik Entertainment and first screened at the Toronto Film Festival on November 4th, 2012. The premise of the movie involves a parasitic viral outbreak that sweeps through a Maryland town over Fourth of July weekend after dozens of dead fish are found washed up on the shore.
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- The Bay opened to limited theatrical release in the United States. It grossed $19,926 over its opening November 4th weekend and was shown on twenty-three screens. By November 11th, it had grossed $30,474. 
- The movie was filmed primarily in North Carolina with some scenes being filmed in Georgetown, South Carolina. 
- The events of this film take place in the year 2009.
- This is the first film work for screenplay writer Michael Wallach.
- This is the first horror film work for actress Jane McNeill, who plays victim #1. She is also known for playing another sort of victim in the role of Patricia on the AMC TV series The Walking Dead.