presentation of short zombie films by Bay Area filmmakers
February 27, 2010 / 7-10 p.m.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Films shown from 8-10 p.m.
Snacks and Beverages will be available by donation.
You can purchase tickets at the door
or online via PayPal below.
Autobody Fine Art of Alameda is hosting its very first indie film
night. "HUNGER," is a film festival devoted to Bay Area filmmakers
and their love of the cultish sub-genre of horror, zombie films! The
night has been set aside to encourage and showcase local talent as
our audience thrills to buckets of fake blood and the wandering undead.
The filmmakers showcased have a broad range of experience and expertise
and we are excited about viewing the best that the Bay Area is producing
at the moment.
"HUNGER" will be an experiment in film held for one night in the Autobody
Fine Art main gallery. Please come expecting the aesthetics, boundaries and traditions
of zombie film making to be explored, challenged and pushed to their limits.
Autobody Fine Art thrives on presenting art across all genres and we anticipate
a lively and entertaining evening, alongside a few shrieks of fear and screams
The films showcased will be selected prior by a jury comprised of Autobody staff
and local filmmaking insiders.
For more information, please contact:
Jerry Seguin - Curator, Autobody Fine Art
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From December 14, 2009 through February 1, 2010, the Autobody
Fine Art will accept short film submissions in DVD format,
up to 30 minutes in length and that have been produced after
2005. Please, only one submission per director. Films will be
selected by jury based on originality, quality, artistic merit,
soundtrack, narrative and innovative gore. The festival will
accept animated or live-action submissions but must qualify to
our jury as a “zombie film.” The festival welcomes submissions
that step outside the boundaries of this genre and inspire a
sense of creativity. The festival will not accept any other submissions
at this time. Submissions can be returned if a S.A.S.E is provided.