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Come out and celebrate Women in Horror Month with us!
Women in Horror Month was created to support female genre artists and "seeks to expose and break down social constructs and miscommunication between female professionals."
The female filmmakers creating horror today have a unique vision that is breaking new ground and continues a tradition of women and genre films that started with pioneers like Alice Guy-Blache, Lis Weber, Maya Deren and Ida Lupino.
In addition to coming together to commend the female voice in horror, we will be supporting some Valley non-profit organizations that make a difference in the lives of women in Arizona.
Unite with us and make a stand for female empowerment through film! Hosted by Theresa Dillon with Film Critic Barbara VanDenburgh.
Strange things are afoot in Bad City. The Iranian ghost town, home to prostitutes, junkies, pimps, and other sordid souls, is a place that reeks of death and hopelessness, where a lonely vampire is stalking the towns most unsavory inhabitants. But when boy meets girl, an unusual love story begins to blossom...blood red.
The first Iranian Vampire Western, Ana Lily Amirpour's debut feature A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night basks in the sheer pleasure of pulp. A joyful mash-up of genre, archetype and iconography, its prolific influences span spaghetti westerns, graphic novels, horror films, and the Iranian New Wave. Amped by a mix of Iranian rock, techno and Morricone-inspired riffs, its airy, anamorphic, black-and-white aesthetic and artfully drawn-out scenes combine the simmering tension of Sergio Leone with the surrealism of David Lynch.