San Diego Screen with Screams Horror Film Festival Preview

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You know how we celebrate Christmas in July, right? Then why not celebrate Halloween at Easter! And here’s something to get you in the mood: San Diego’s Screen with Screams Film Festival, scheduled the evening of Friday, March 30, 2018.
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It’s time to get your horror fix on, San Diego! Screen with Screams is ready to bring you an evening of locally-produced horror films this Friday night at the Brick Bar on University Avenue in Hillcrest.

Showcasing the best that independent California horror filmmakers have to offer, the Festival promises to keep you on the edge of your seat all evening long! Come to the Festival for a showcase of films and music, featuring California’s bloodiest emcee (and Festival Director) George Climer. Add to the fun by dressing in full costume – come as your favorite horror movie character (or casualty).

After the film showcase, awards will be given for the best films in several categories. The night ends with an industry afterparty!

The following current films have been confirmed:

  • Lucy’s Raw Eyes, directed by Ines Sorlat;
  • Rob’s Problem, directed by Dianna Ippolito;
  • Dead Man Walking, directed by Rich Varville;
  • El bano, directed by Studio Bless;
  • Mystic Skull 2, directed by Studio Bless;

In addition to local films, Screen With Screams has also arranged to screen two guest films:

  • from Denver, Praise The Dead, directed by Michael Bliss; and
  • from Loveland, The Last Clip, directed by Thomas Sandage.

VIP Tickets and behind-the-scenes access with filmmakers are available online through the Festival’s event site. Screening tickets are available at $10 per person $15 for couples

See you there!


A D V E R T I S E M E N T

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