Kicking off July 7 is the Viscera Film Festival right here in Los Angeles, CA. Bloody Has landed a pair of tickets to a lucky reader who will enjoy a day jam-packed with genre shorts! All you have to do is send your FULL NAME to firstname.lastname@example.org and the winner will be contacted on how to obtain their tickets.
Here’s the event’s description: “The 2012 festival will be bigger and better than ever. Come get wrapped in the splendor of the luxurious Egyptian Theatre and immerse yourself in the world created by this year’s extraordinary filmmakers. Attendees will be treated to a lineup of thirteen incredible shorts, including the first film in our new Fresh Blood (under 18) category, as well as a special Sneak Peek feature film screening of Danielle Harris’ directorial debut, Among Friends. Extraordinary filmmaker Mary Lambert will receive the Inspiration Award onstage as well as MOHA, the Mistresses of Horror Alliance, will be announced.
An open bar provided by Hypnotiq, Pama, and Izze, catering by Anarkitchen, performers, free entry into the afterparty, and carpet and award ceremonies are included in a beautiful ticket price of $11.
To cap it all off, AstraPacific is providing a large bus with graphics for attendees to check out as well as transport to the carpet ceremony After Party at The Hotel Roosevelt. This is going to be one fantastic party with tons of awesome chicks. How could you go wrong?”
You’ll find the schedule of events below.
SATURDAY JULY 7, 2012
3:30PM – Among Friends Sneak Peek Screening
5:00PM – Carpet Ceremony
7:30PM – Shorts Program
9:00PM – Intermission
10:00PM- Q & A and Awards Ceremony
11:00PM – After Party
Price: $11.00 (YES, for the entire evening)
American Cinematheque Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Roosevelt Hotel is the Official Hotel Sponsor of the Viscera Film Festival. Attendees of the festival may stay at the lovely Roosevelt for a discounted price. But you must get your room early as space is limited.
Post Apocalyptic Brunch: German restaurant Wirtshaus is opening its doors with a family style menu that includes items such as eggs, sausage, yogurt, and pretzels as well as bottomless Mimosas for a fixed price on the morning of July 8th, for filmmakers and fans of the festival. Brunch: $15 (includes coffee, …and sodas) Bottomless Mimosas: $10
Baby Face (UK)- Kate Shenton
Barbie Girls (France)- Vinciane Millereau
Bloodtraffick (Hong Kong)- Jen Thym
Escape From Hellview (Israel)- Hadas Brandes
How to Rid Your Lover of a Negative Emotion Caused By You (USA)- Nadia Litz
Jump (UK)- Louisa Fielden
Nice Guys Finish Last (USA)- Kimberly McCollough
Sybling Rivalry (Under 18) (USA) – Tara-Nicole Azarian
The Dump (USA)- Rebekah McKendry
The Halloween Kid (UK)- Axelle Carolyn
The Morning After (UK)- Jen Moss
The Night Caller (USA)- Donna Thorland and Peter Podgursky
The Third Eye (France) – Caroline du Potet
2012 Viscera Sponsors: Final Draft, Jungle Software, Curio Media, Inc., Wirtshaus, Anarkitchen, Roosevelt Hotel, Cana Rum Bar, Crown Limousine, AstraPacific, Izze Sparkling Juice, Parma Liquer, Hypnotique, Vrolok Clothing, Model Hunger, LyzArts, Bloodcurdling Baubles, Rotten Cotton, Irene Langholm, Matt Orsman, Desert Pinups, KC SoapsNMore, Jessica Grundy, Starfruit Productions, Laughing Vixen Lounge, Humphrey’sHandmade, The Poisoned Apple, PlanetFury.com, PlanetEtheria.com, thechainsawmafia.com, FEARnet, Fangoria Entertainment, mrfrights.com, Rude and Reckless, Emerald Angels, Bob’s Imagination, The Spooky Bones Company, Crye’s Creations, Cherry Lock, Hot Chick Physics, Vena Kava, Last Blog on the Left, Devour the Blog, Friendly Misanthrope, Scary Art, Blood Bath, Red Covers Me, Diabolique Magazine, and Rapid Heart Pictures.
Viscera’s Official Awards Sponsor: Silver Shamrock Lab
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