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The TromaDance film festival makes it into puberty with their 13th annual edition and you won’t want to miss where they’ve grown some hair on May 4-5 at Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park, New Jersey. It’s two days of hormone-fueled short films, voice-changing features and a star-studded panel discussion.
The rest of TromaDance is stuffed to the gills with disturbing, grotesque and just downright freaky short films, including Greg Hanson‘s garbage disposal love story Sinkhole and Aaron Zegher‘s ghostly I See a Light. Short film blocks are broken down by theme, such as “Monsters,” “Zombies,” “Madness” and an absolutely not-for-kids “Saturday Morning Cartoons” collection.
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San Diego's Horrible Imaginings is teaming up with the Viscera Film Festival to celebrate Women in Horror Recognition Month with a two-night event that starts off with a theatrical presentation of monologues and continues with an international horror shorts program that includes our own Heather Wixson's "Paper Rock, Scissors".
It all happens Wednesday, February 8th, and Saturday, February 11th, and both nights will be free of charge! The venue is the Tenth Avenue Theatre and Arts Centre, 930 Tenth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101. If you can make it, be sure to RSVP at the Facebook Event Page.
The monologues are entitled "Identifiable Faces" and feature the creative and acting talents of Kiki Yeung, Clarissa Thibaux, Nzinga Asantewa, and Lauren Holliday.
Following the live theater and a brief intermission with light refreshments, the short films will begin! Here's the list so far:
- The Woman In Black
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