It’s been invited to play the Atlanta Horror Film Festival September 28-30, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia, and the Razor Reel Fantastic Film Festival October 25-November 3…in Bruges. (*giggles*—LB)
Of course you do!! And you’ll have plenty of chances as it’s hitting the festival circuit, starting with the Dragon*Con Independent Film Festival which takes place during Atlanta, Georgia’s annual Dragon*Con event.
Can’t make it to Georgia? The Stolen will also be playing at the inaugural Etheria Film Festival in Somerville, Massachusetts, on September 15. Etheria is a new branch of the Viscera Organization that focuses on sci-fi and fantasy films made by women.
Live in Canada? Never fear! The Stolen is making its Canadian premiere at the Montreal ComicCon HorrorFest!
We had linked to a review of Karen Lam’s newest short film The Stolen on June 8 and it’s since been turned into a podcast review for Gruesome Herzog which you can listen to here.
Tonight at 7:30 EST, you can hear an interview with Karen on the CBC radio show Creating Fear hosted by Christy Ann Conlin, or you can listen to it on the CBC website by clicking here, the episode is called Creating Fear. (It appears to be region locked so if you’re outside of Canada, as I am, then oh well. :( — LB)
Don’t forget that THIS WEEKEND is the annual Viscera Film Festival bloody carpet kick-off for the 2012 tour! It takes place at the Egyptian in Los Angeles! The afterparty will be at the Hotel Roosevelt and there’s a brunch at Wirtshaus the next (early) afternoon!
For more information, click here to go to the Viscera Film Festival website.
Also, Karen Lam’s Doll Parts will be playing at the San Diego Comic Con the following week!! And Curio Media co-founder Ada’Pia d’Errico will be moderating a panel at San Diego Comic Con featuring her sister, artist Camilla d’Errico, about Censorship and Women.
The Etheria Film Festival, a component of the Viscera Organization and co-presented by AllThingsHorrorOnline.net, which features science fiction and fantasy films made by women, will have it’s inaugural event in Boston, Massachusetts, at the Somerville Theatre on September 15! Among those films chosen for the festival is none other than Karen Lam’s newest short film THE STOLEN!
Check out the full line-up at this post on FinalGirlSupportGroup.com and find out how you can attend and support these talented women!