Director Jessica Cameron wrote in to let us know about some cool stuff that’s happening with her latest film, Mania, and share some new stills from the flick! Eat ’em up!
From the Press Release:
Jessica Cameron’s sophomore film Mania continues to rack up festival awards and screenings with three new dates announced.
Jessica Cameron’s first film, Truth or Dare, won 34 awards throughout the course of a long and successful festival run. Mania is still fresh off its September launch at The Arizona Underground Film Festival, but it’s already snagged two best picture awards at Arizona and The RIP Film Festival in Hollywood and a best actress award at RIP for Ellie Church. Mania is set to receive its fourth award at The Los Angeles International Underground Film Festival when it wins best narrative feature at the end of November.
If you are in Los Angeles on Thanksgiving weekend, make sure to check out Mania’s second LA screening at the Los Angeles International Underground Film Festival. Mania had its LA premiere on Halloween night at the RIP Film Festival to a large and enthusiastic crowd. Mania screens at the LAUFF on Saturday, November 28th, at The Complex Theater, 6476 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90036. Get your tickets here.
Then, on December 5th, Mania is set to have its Sydney premiere at the Dendy Cinema Newtown as part of A Night of Horror Film Festival, the longest running horror film festival in Australia. If you are going to be in Sydney in early December, you can buy your tickets here.
Finally, Mania is set to screen at The Portland Underground Film Festival December 4th at 8:00 PM. A full festival pass is only $30, and there are a lot of other great films playing as well as Mania. Get you tickets for The Portland Underground Film Festival here or call 1 (865) 985-3123.
Mania is produced by Mem Ferda, who also brought us Jessica Cameron’s debut, Truth or Dare, which shocked audiences worldwide with its extreme, relentless violence. Mania is just as uncompromising as its predecessor, but the violence of Cameron’s first film is replaced with a lesbian sexuality that is just as relentless and just as shocking as Truth or Dare’s extreme gore. Viewer discretion is advised.