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Fango editor Chris Alexander’s microbudget experimental
vampire drama BLOOD FOR IRINA has been selected to play at two more
International film festivals.
First up—immediately following the film’s premiere at the
Third Annual PollyGrind International Film Festival in Las Vegas on October
18th, 2012—is a slot at the Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival in Buffalo,
NY. The festival runs from October 17th
to 21st. The exact screening day and time for BLOOD FOR IRINA is TBD but you
can check out the fests lineup at Buffalo Screams.
On November 1st, BLOOD FOR IRINA will have its European
premiere in Bruges, Belgium at the 2012 Razor Reel Fantastic Film Festival. For
more on that festival taking place in the fairytale like city of chocolate and
waffles, head here.
BLOOD FOR IRINA film charts the final days in the life of a
dying, disturbed young woman (Shauna Henry) who may or may not be a vampire. As
she rots away, haunted by memory in a crumbling motel by the sea, her plight is
echoed by the voyeuristic motel manager (David Goodfellow) and a broken
prostitute (Carrie Gemmell) whose own existence may be even more upsetting than
BLOOD FOR IRINA was written (though the film is almost
dialogue free), directed, co-shot, scored and edited by Alexander in five days
on authentic locations in and around Toronto, Canada.
For more about the film go to Autonomy Pics and the
official Facebook page.
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