Feast 10 Year Anniversary Screening

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Feast had its 10 year anniversary at Screamfest on Friday October 16th, 2015. A Conversation with director John Gulager, Diane Gulager, producer Clu Gulager, Chris Moore, writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, actresses Krista Allen and Jenny Wade, Nick Phillips, Duane Whitaker, Gary Tunnicliffe and Judah Friedlander followed the screening. Take a look at this great article by Jonathan Weichsel of MoreHorror.com.

By Jonathan Weichsel
MoreHorror.com

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CONDEMNED Premiere

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The feature film Condemned premiered on Sunday October 18th, 2015 at Screamfest. The stars of the film graciously signed posters for fans in the theater lobby. After the screening, Chris Hardwick of Nerdist (Talking Dead) moderated a Q & A with Lydia Hearst, Dylan Penn, Honor Titus, Genevieve Hudson-Price, Perry Yung, Kevin Kirkwood Smith and Ronen Rubinstein. Sean Penn was in attendance supporting his daughter Dylan Penn who stars in the film.

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The Labyrinth Screening

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The USC’s School of Cinematic Arts class co-taught by James Franco, Vince Jolivette and SCA Faculty John Watson, had its premiere screening of 'THE LABYRINTH' at SCREAMFEST on October 18th, 2015. 'THE LABYRINTH' is a bold new feature-length film produced by James Franco and Vince Jolivette’s Rabbit Bandini Productions, made in partnership with USC’s School of Cinematic Arts.

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2015 Screenplay Winner - Top 5 - Finalists

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2015 Screenplay Award Winner & Finalists

BEST SCREENPLAY
Blackvoid
Joseph J. Greenberg

TOP FIVE SCREENPLAYS

THE APOCALYPSE CHRONICLES
Nathan Ludwig & Charles Devin Hill

ASSISTED DYING
by Nick Chianese

LET IT BLEED
by Scott Selden

THE HOUSESITTER
by Suju Vijayan & Dave Palamaro

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'Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension' to Premiere at Screamfest (Exclusive)

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SEPTEMBER 03, 2015 10:00am PT by Borys Kit from Hollywood Reporter.

The scary movie will close out the horror film festival. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension will premiere as the closing night of the Screamfest Horror Film Festival, playing in RealD 3D at the TCL Chinese Theatre Thursday, October 22, the day before its wide release.

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Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

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Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension premiered as the closing night film of the festival to over 700 attendees, playing in RealD 3D at the TCL Chinese Theatre Thursday, Oct. 22, the day before its wide release.

The premiere featured a red carpet with an impressive pre party held in the orange courtyard. Those fortunate enough to have the right ticket in hand got access to trendy food trucks, a pop up candy store, free tee shirts, and a dj pumpin the jams and handing out some killer raffle prizes.

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OPENING NIGHT PARTY!

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After the sold out screening of Tales of Halloween, guest walked across Hollywood Blvd to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium for an evening of epic oddness & good times! Guest dined on a shrimp cocktail brain, prosciutto eyeballs, ghostly puffed pastry with goat cheese, tapenade & olive face, stake through the heart caprese skewers, bocconcini eyeballs with prosciutto, olive & parma ham and sweet mummy berries of white chocolate, cupcakes with body parts, an amazing Freddy Krueger cake and drinks from the fully stocked open bar.

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SCREAMFEST 2015 Closing Night Awards

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HOLLYWOOD – Oct. 23, 2015 – We are pleased to announce the 2015 Festival winners at last night's Awards reception that took place at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres. The award winners were presented the coveted Screamfest Skull Award last night for winning in the following categories.

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OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE TALES OF HALLOWEEN

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The sold out opening night film Tales of Halloween screened Tuesday October 12, 2015. Read Dread Central's review of the evening by Sean Decker.

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Festival Events - Art Show & Random Fun

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Screamfest Horror Film Festival runs for ten days in October and although films are the main attraction during the festival, we do have a few other tricks up out sleeves. This year we added additional attractions to the festival, including a wonderful dark art show featuring a different artist each day. Check out some of the photos of the art that was displayed. On Saturday October 17th, 2015, the talented artist Peter Goode painted live in the theater lobby.

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