When? September 29 and September 30, 2018.
Where? The Cary Theater, 122 E Chatham St, 27511 Cary, NC.
What? Read on.
From their website–
“Established in 2016, the Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival screens short films in one of the following genres: Horror, Sci-Fi or Fantasy. Our emphasis is female driven independent films. We showcase work by some of the best indie filmmakers from NC and around the world using state-of-the-art projection provided by the Cary Theater in Cary, NC USA.”
What kind of works? Here’s a look at some of the 2017 offerings.
This year’s offerings come to the North Carolina festival from all over the world.
Chloe Le Roy’s Insatiable from Australia, Ece Palaz’s The Vinyl from Turkey, Emma Dark’s Salient Minus Ten from the UK, Ariel Hansen’s Nepenthes from Canada, and Morgane Segaert’s The Dark Room from France just to name a few. The festival will also feature high quality works from American filmmakers. On the schedule for 2018 is Michelle Iannantuono’s Psychoacoustics, Liz Anderson’s The Tolls, Andrea Ashton’s Greater Good, Samantha Kolesnik’s Friendsgiving, and Misty Dawn’s Hooker Assassin among many, many other offerings.
The delightfully gruesome awards will be given out on the evening of the 30th.
In between the checking out the films, you can also check out a special effects discussion and demo as well as sit in on a group of filmmakers sharing stories about the craziest moments on the set. Sound like a fun way to enjoy a weekend? Then check out the following links.
Check out the event page on Facebook HERE.
Check out the festival website HERE.
You can get tickets HERE.
And now, we leave you with this. Not a festival entry, but for a Sick Chick Flicks project.