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Episode #189: Etheria Film Night 2018 – Women in Genre Film!

 

On this episode of the Horrible Imaginings Podcast we talk to some of the talented filmmakers being highlighted at the 2018 Etheria Film Night.

The mission of Etheria Film Night, happening Saturday, June 16th at the Egyptian Theatre and Aero Theatre in Los Angeles, is to annually showcase a progressive slate of genre films, directed by women, to a passionate and enthusiastic audience of cinephiles.

In order of appearance on the Podcast, our episode guests are:

Maria Alice Arida, Co-Writer and Director of Instinct

Devi Snively, Writer and Director of Bride of Frankie

Cidney Hue, Writer and Director of Ovum

We hope you enjoy learning a little bit about their work and what inspires them to create.

It is crystal clear that women want to make compelling, provocative, entertaining, fantastic, and terrifying films. Etheria Film Night provides the much needed platform for new, exciting, and talented voices in genre cinema. Please visit: etheriafilmnight.com for more information or to purchase event tickets. 

Also joining me on this episode is Zeshaan Younus. He is a filmmaker, the Board President for The Frida Cinema, a non-profit arthouse theatre in Orange County, and the new Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Operations Consultant. You can stalk him on Instagram at: @zmyounus.

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Until next time, stay scared!

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Written by Miguel Rodriguez

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