New Hope for Horror Genre Showcased at Carnival of Darkness Film Festival

Los Angeles, CA, October 07, 2010 --( Filmmaker Alex Bram presents promising new voices in horror at the second annual Carnival of Darkness Film Festival. Haunting and disturbing horror short films from across the world will be presented on a THX Authorized, state-of-the-art screen at LA FilmSchool this October 28th.

A Live Panel Event spotlights current trailblazers making new horror cinema history: Director Paul Solet ("Grace"), Writer Producer Jeffrey Reddick ("Final Destination"), Director Alex Ferrari ("Red Princess Blues"), Director Richard Gale ("Criticized") and Writer/Producer Trent Haaga ("Deadgirl").

"Invocation" a Live electric cello performance by Tina Guo will start things off at 7:30 pm. Arriving fans will travel through a twisted art gallery and lobby filled with horror collectibles, DVDs, posters, music, t-shirts and comics relating to the genre. The horror shorts film screening will begin at 8pm, followed by the filmmakers panel and awards ceremony. Most of the material is too intense and graphic for younger viewers and no one under 17 will be admitted.

Carnival of Darkness 2
LA Film School
6363 Sunset Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

$10.00 General Admission
$ 6.00 Facility Parking

Carnival of Darkness
Alex Bram