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  • Independent Film Festival Slate for SDCC 2010 Announced

    Press Release:

    Comic-Con International – Independent Film Festival Announces 2010 Slate

    SAN DIEGO – Comic-Con International, the largest comic book convention in the Western Hemisphere, today announced official selections for its 2010 Independent Film Festival. The festival is held in conjunction with the convention from July 22 to 25.

    Filmmaker Lloyd Kaufman (Troma Studios), magazine publisher/filmmaker Kerry O’Quinn (Starlog, Fangoria), and animator Mike Roush (Metalocalypse) are this year’s judges for films in competition. The films selected have no current distribution deals in place.

    “The film festival is a valued part of the convention from both the fans’ and Comic-Con’s perspective,” said David Glanzer, Comic-Con’s director of marketing and public relations. “It continues to be our privilege to offer independent filmmakers this platform to showcase their unique artistic voices.”

    In all, 42 features and shorts will compete in seven categories: Action/Adventure, Animation, Comics-Oriented, Documentary, Horror/Suspense, Humor and Science Fiction/Fantasy. Schedules permitting, many films will have a member of the production company on hand to discuss their project and answer questions from the audience.
    A complete schedule for the festival, held at the San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina, is available at Comic-Con.org. Official selections include:

    Action/Adventure Category
    The Action Hero’s Guide to Saving Lives
    Director: Justin Lutsky

    The Danger Element
    Director: John Soares

    Animation Category
    Mutantland
    Director: Phil Tippett

    Death Row Diet
    Directors: Mike Salva/Tom Snyder

    Ormie
    Director: Rob Silvestri

    Lifeline
    Director: Andres Salaff

    The Mouse That Soared
    Director: Kyle Bell

    Vive Le Crise!
    Director: Alexi Gubenco

    Little Old Ladies
    Director: John Varvir

    The Way to Heaven
    Directors: Dalton Grant/Mier Tang

    Articulate!
    Directors: Marianna Shek and Timothy Bond

    The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger
    Director: Bill Plympton

    Comics-Oriented Category
    The Legacy
    Director: Mike Doto

    Shadow Angel
    Director: Heather Donnell

    Cancer Man
    Director: Jared Billings

    Street Angel
    Director: Lucas Testro

    The League
    Director: Kyle Higgins

    Mastermind
    Director: Susan Lee

    Documentary Category
    Comic-Kaze
    Director: Marcello Rubino

    Comic Book Literacy
    Director: Todd Kent

    The Vinyl Frontier
    Director: Daniel Zana

    Marwencol
    Director: Jeff Malmberg

    New Brow: Contemporary Underground Art
    Director: Tanem Davidson

    Horror/Suspense Category
    The Window
    Director: Ryan Spindell

    Mistaken Identity
    Director: Tim Russ

    Things We Leave Behind
    Director: Andrew Brand

    Death in the Garden
    Director: Michael Chrisoulakis

    The Price to Pay
    Director: Paul Gayard

    Minuteman
    Director: Mark Millhone

    Humor Category
    Twelve
    Director: Ryan Silbert

    Go Sukashi!
    Director: Justin Spurlock

    The New Dad’s Survival Guide
    Director: Michael Chew

    Walk
    Director: Joe Gallina

    The Substitute
    Directors: The Cox Brothers

    Thunder Chance
    Director: Sean-Michael Smith

    Herpes Boy
    Director: Nathaniel Atcheson

    Science Fiction/Fantasy Category
    Mr. Bojagi
    Director: Marco van Belle

    Enigma
    Directors: The Shumway Brothers

    Hunter Prey
    Director: Sandy Collora

    Stingray Sam
    Director: Cory McAbee

    A Time for the Heart
    Director: Christopher Allen

    I (Heart) Doomsday
    Director: Patrick Downing

    About Comic-Con International:

    Comic-Con International is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to creating awareness of, and appreciation for, comics and related popular art forms, primarily through the presentation of conventions and events that celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of comics to art and culture. In addition to its San Diego convention each summer, Comic-Con International organizes the San Francisco-based WonderCon each spring and the Alternative Press Expo each fall.