We’re now available exclusively at Fangoria as September’s SCREAMER of the month!
The Quiet Girl’s Guide to Violence has been selected by Fantastic Fest to premiere online Tuesday, September 3rd! It will premiere as part of Fangoria.com‘s new short film initiative SCREAMERS, which brings you exclusive internet premieres of shorts by both established and emerging voices in genre cinema.
Please share the link with your friends! Let’s get out little film out there! Thanks to Rodney Perkins at Fantastic Fest for choosing our film as their selection. We will always love Fantastic Fest for giving us our start. We made our world premiere there last September, and it’s wonderful to come full circle with our online premiere a year later.
The Seattle International Film Festival is presented each year from mid-May to mid-June. It is the largest film festival in the United States, presenting more than 400 features, documentaries and short films to an audience of over 150,000 each year. SIFF is consistently ranked as one of the top five festivals in North America by publications including Variety and Entertainment Weekly, and is an Academy Award-qualifying festival for short films.
Rafael will be in attendance when we screen on May 25, 2013 at 9:30 pm in the gorgeous SIFF Cinema Uptown. Hope you can join him!
We will be screening at the Carolina Film and Video Festival in the Filmmaker’s Spotlight! Catch us at 4:30PM in the Dramatic Shorts block on 2/23/13. Thanks to the students at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for having us!
The amazing Tara McPherson, the artist who created our Holly sticker, came home from a trip abroad with her family to find her Brooklyn apartment completely devastated by a terrible fire. Her studio and gallery, Cotton Candy Machine, is now selling two beautiful Limited Release prints to help collect the funds to replace the equipment that was lost in the burn. Pick up a beautiful piece for yourself, while doing something for others.
Our director, Rafael (this is him as Jesus, yes, Jesus), co-wrote and directed Holy Hell, the first feature to premiere as an iPad app. This weekend only, you can get the whole movie and all the badass extras, for free! Rafael gives the lowdown on the project in this interview! Now hurry on over to the iTunes store while the gettin’s good.
Happy New Year ya’ll.
We are thrilled to be included in this year end round up of the Best-of-Austin film! Austin really kicked out the jams this year. To be recognized among these heavies is a tremendous honor.