September 2015

Sep 3

CityBeat 5 Minute Film Festival

09.03.2015 7:00 pm

San Diego CityBeat presents their 3rd annual CityBeat 5 Minute Film Fest - a showcase for locally produced films.

For festival details, please visit website

Tickets can be purchased HERE

SCHEDULE

Doors Open: 7:00pm

Film screening (Program 1): 7:40 - 8:35pm

Intermission: 8:35 - 9:05pm

Film Screening (Program 2): 9:05 - 9:50pm

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Sep 11

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 1

09.11.2015 5:00 pm

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 1
September 11 - 13th

Horrible Imaginings was founded in 2010 by Miguel Rodriguez in San Diego, California in order to promote and spotlight exemplary new artistic voices in what is commonly known as the horror genre, while also encouraging an elevation of the genre through film discussion, question and answer sessions, panels, and other presentations.

For a complete festival schedule and tickets, please visit Horrible Imaginings Film Festival.

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 2

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 3

Confirmed Highlight:
The Rise of Mexican Horror
With our close ties to Mexico and Tijuana, San Diegans should take note that genre filmmaking in Mexico is experiencing a bit of a renaissance. Filmmakers Gigi Saul Guerrero and Aaron Soto will join Miguel Rodriguez to discuss this current trend, what it offers to the art form, and where they see it headeding. The talk will be followed by a San Diego premiere screening of Mexico Barbaro, a horror anthology film featuring the directorial work of Aaron Soto and Gigi Saul Guerrero. 

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Sep 12

American Sign Language Tours

09.12.2015 11:00 am

ASL ONLY tours of Hendrik Kerstens: Model and Muse and Seeing Is Believing?

Lead by a Deaf Docent

Tours at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Admission Cost: $4.00

For more information, please contact Kristie Taylor at taylor@mopa.org | 619.238.7559 X230

Sep 12

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 2

09.12.2015 12:00 pm

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 2
 September 11 - 13th
 

Horrible Imaginings was founded in 2010 by Miguel Rodriguez in San Diego, California in order to promote and spotlight exemplary new artistic voices in what is commonly known as the horror genre, while also encouraging an elevation of the genre through film discussion, question and answer sessions, panels, and other presentations.

For a complete festival schedule and tickets, please visit Horrible Imaginings Film Festival.

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 1

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 3

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Sep 12

American Sign Language Tours

09.12.2015 3:00 pm

ASL ONLY tours of Hendrik Kerstens: Model and Muse and Seeing Is Believing?

Lead by Deaf Docent

Tours at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Admission Cost: $4.00

For more information, please contact Kristie Taylor at taylor@mopa.org 619.238.7559 X230

Sep 13

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 3

09.13.2015 12:00 pm

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 3
September 11 - 13th

Horrible Imaginings was founded in 2010 by Miguel Rodriguez in San Diego, California in order to promote and spotlight exemplary new artistic voices in what is commonly known as the horror genre, while also encouraging an elevation of the genre through film discussion, question and answer sessions, panels, and other presentations.

For a complete festival schedule and tickets, please visit Horrible Imaginings Film Festival.

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 1

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - Day 2

Confirmed Highlight:
Edgar G. Ulmer: A Filmmaker at the Margins
At this year's Horrible Imaginings Film Festival, we will celebrate the life and work of Edgar G. Ulmer (The Black Cat, Detour) with a panel about his life and stories. We are honored to have his daughter Arianne Ulmer-Cipes, as well as his biographer Noah Isenberg (author of Edgar G. Ulmer: A Filmmaker at the Margins), join us for a lively look back at a filmmaker who is finally getting the prestige he deserves! The talk will be followed by a rare 35mm screening of his serial killer film BLUEBEARD, starring the legendary John Carradine as the titular puppeteer with a dark secret!

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