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Viscera Film Festival Is Coming To Happy Valley

The Carnegie Building will be hosting the Penn State stop of the Viscera Film Festival World Tour on Saturday night.

The festival kicks off at 7 p.m. and is free for all who want to watch. The presentation will consist of various horror films made by women with a primary focus on the Feminist Response.   There will also be a Q & A and after the presentation, there will be an after party in the Rumor Lounge in the Atherton Hotel.

Creator, co-director, and host of Viscera, Shannon Lark, founded the film festival in 2007 as a non-profit organization where female filmmakers could display their works of art and show the evolution of women in the film industry.

The lineup of films is as follows:

Adventure Girls – Dara Jade Moats and John Deitcher

Barbee Butcher – Sophie Lagues

Salome’s Picnic-Victoria Waghorn

Mockingbird – Marichelle Daywalt

Doll Parts – Karen Lam

Candy-Sage Hall

The Party’s Over – Gigi Romero

I was a Tranny Werewolf-Lola Rock n Rolla

Switch-Melanie Light

Box – Nikki Wall

Hollywood Skin – Maude Michaud

Gasp-Thomai Hatsios

A Fever and a River-Rachael Deacon

When Sally Met Frank-Victoria Waghorn

Fantasy – Izabel Grondin

Lip Stick-Shannon Lark

Wretched-Heidi Honeycutt and Leslie Delano

Come out to Carnegie building on Saturday night and support the Arts!

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Leo Dillinger

Penn State Junior, Print Journalism Major, Minors in English and Sociology, Writer of Arts, Entertainment, News, Tomfoolery and Opinion.

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