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San Diego's Horrible Imaginings Film Fest Holding Two-Night Women in Horror Event





San Diego's Horrible Imaginings is teaming up with the Viscera Film Festival to celebrate Women in Horror Recognition Month with a two-night event that starts off with a theatrical presentation of monologues and continues with an international horror shorts program that includes our own Heather Wixson's "Paper Rock, Scissors".

It all happens Wednesday, February 8th, and Saturday, February 11th, and both nights will be free of charge! The venue is the Tenth Avenue Theatre and Arts Centre, 930 Tenth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101. If you can make it, be sure to RSVP at the Facebook Event Page.

San Diego's Horrible Imaginings Film Fest Holding Two-Night Women in Horror Event

The monologues are entitled "Identifiable Faces" and feature the creative and acting talents of Kiki Yeung, Clarissa Thibaux, Nzinga Asantewa, and Lauren Holliday.

Following the live theater and a brief intermission with light refreshments, the short films will begin! Here's the list so far:

"Nursery Crimes" by L. Whyte (Scotland)
"The Party's Over" by Gigi Romero (Venezuela/ Spain)
"Beautiful As You Are" by Mary Katherine Sisco and Doug Mallette (USA)
"Cthulhu Triptych" by Paula Haifley (USA)
"The Morning After" by Jen Moss (England)
"Internal Thoughts" by Lisa Coffelt and Cristyn Wingood (USA)
"The Patchwork Monkey" by Susan Bell (USA)
"Movie Monster Insurance" by Paula Haifley (USA)
"A Noiva" by Ana Almeida (Portugal)
"Summer of the Zombies" by Ashleigh Nichols and Eddie Beasley (USA)
"Paper Rock, Scissors" by Heather Wixson (USA)
"Ambiguous Figure" by Johnna Troxell (USA)
"Candy Snatchers" by Sonya Godwin (producer and writer) and Lance Dumais (director) (Right here in San Diego!)
"Little Miss Muffin" by Reyna Young (USA)
"BugBaby" by Rebecca Lorenne Doppelt (USA)
"LE TROISIEME OEIL (The Third Eye)" by Caroline du Potet (France)

For more details visit the official Horrible Imaginings website, follow the fest's creator Miguel Rodriguez on Twitter, and get to know Horrible Imaginings on Facebook. And while you're at it, check out the Viscera Film Festival website as well.

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