More on the Genre Offerings at Slamdance 2012
Aside from Derek Franson's Comforting Skin, which Uncle Creepy wrote about earlier today, the horror offerings at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival are slim indeed. In fact, it looks like just two other films are even sort of genre-related: OK, Good from director Daniel Martinico and Sundowning from director/screenwriter Frank Rinaldi.
The 2012 Slamdance Film Festival will take place January 20–26, 2012, in Park City, Utah, at the Treasure Mountain Inn. It will showcase 18 feature-length competition films - 10 Narrative Films and 8 Documentary Films, including 13 World Premieres.
“Our competition showcase reflects new approaches to filmmaking that mirror the challenging times in which we currently live. These films showcase filmmakers who have a tremendous ability to innovate, experiment, and lead us boldly into the future of independent filmmaking,” said Peter Baxter, Slamdance President and Co-Founder.
Director: Daniel Martinico
Screenwriters: Hugo Armstrong, Daniel Martinico.
Cast: Hugo Armstrong
(USA) World Premiere
A series of demoralizing auditions and a cultish movement workshop push a struggling actor over the edge.
Director/Screenwriter: Frank Rinaldi.
Cast: Shannon Fitzpatrick, Susan Chau
(Singapore/USA) World Premiere
A story about the relationship between a young woman who has lost her memory and her mysterious caregiver.
For the full lineup and more info, be sure to visit the official Slamdance website.
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