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John La Zar and Adrienne Barbeau star in the thrilling short film Alice Jacbos Is Dead, which was written and directed by Alex Horwitz. The story revolves around Dr. Ben Jacobs (La Zar), who is out to save the world. The drug he has created allows mankind to fight back against the Z-virus, which nearly destroyed civilization entirely. Now, in the aftermath of the crisis, he's trying to cure the last victims of the disease. But what will happen when he brings his mysterious work home to help his ailing wife? Find out more in the exclusive trailer below:
Alice Jacbos Is Dead recently play at the San Diego Convention center during Comic-Con 2009 to rave reviews, and will be playing at film festivals throughout the year.
While the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con is a great place for film fans to check out the latest projects in the pipeline, the event also offers some great programming for those looking to make the jump from fan to creator.
Here's a rundown of all the programs that may be of interest to the independent filmmakers in the Fangoria crowd, offering valuable tutorials and information helpful for filmmakers of all genres - from Pre-Production & Screenwriting, through costume design, shooting, working with actors & crew, and even time management to help you finish your project while working a regular job.
We've also included the lineup for Horror films screening at the Comic-Con Independent Film Festival on 7/23
Thursday, July 23
10:00-11:30 Comic-Con Film School Session I: Preproduction and Screenwriting— For the sixth year in a row, Comic-Con returns with a four-day, hands-on, nuts and bolts class on how to make a movie for very little money, »
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