Image source: LIC Horror Film Festival
The inaugural Long Island City Horror Film Fest is happening this weekend at 5 Pointz in LIC. The films, all shorts, were submitted during the Open Call earlier this year. Here is a list of the films that will be screened on Saturday night from 9 to midnight:
- “Anne Lake” by Annette Isham from North Woods
- “The Story of Mrs. Crumley” by Byron Guinanzaca from Queens, New York
- “T.A.T” by Wilmer Pozo from Quito, Ecuador
- “Polterzeitgeist” by Carl Diehl from Portland, OR
- “A Red Line” by Ellen Wetmore from Fitchburg MA
- “Ante Fenestram Somniat in Albo (Against the Window, She Dreams in White)” by Scott F. Hall & Janae N. Corrado from Merrit Island, FL
- “Cables” by Luis Enriquez from Quito, Ecuador
- “Promethean Dreams” by Matt McKee from Hyde Park, MA
- “The Obscure Red” by Sofia Escobar from Toronta, Canada
- “Cadaver Sex With Minors” by Ulysses Castellanos from Toronto Canada
- “Sacrebleu” by Fabian Elias Jimenez from Queens, New York
- “Year Zero” by Richard Cunningham from New York
- “Tenant Patrol” by Ray and Rita Normandeau from Queens, New York
Before and after the screenings there are fun activities, too. From 5-7pm is a Zombie Casting Call. There will be makeup artists (first-come-first-served) available to do your zombie makeup, that this will take place at The Shannon Pot. $3 drink specials for all zombies, too. Then from 7-9pm at 5 Pointz there will be a mini movie filmed, and all zombies are encouraged to participate. Contact Thomas Art of Zombies Worldwide if you’d like to join in the fun. Watch out for the fire breathers (thanks, Fire Angels).
While you’re at 5 Pointz, enjoy a black light gallery designed for the event at the loading dock. There will also be a digital mapping projection on the building from the loading dock.
The after party starts at midnight and takes place at The Shannon Pot. $3 drink specials are again in place for the zombies, which can get more zombified (AKA sloshed). Partying goes til 4am.
Long Island City Horror Film Festival
Saturday, October 27, 2012
7pm – 4am | FREE!