A film by Michal Kosakowski

‘ZERO KILLED’ @ PHOENIX FEARCON V INDEPENDENT HORROR FILM FESTIVAL

We are proud to announce that ‘Zero Killed’ is an official selection of Phoenix FearCon V – Arizona’s largest Independent Horror Event.

October 13, 2012 / Noon till 1:00am @ Scottsdale Ultra Star Cinemas

Phoenix FearCon
Phoenix FearCon – Zero Killed
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FearCON originally started out in 2006 as the Phoenix Fear Film Festival, showcasing local and international independent horror films from a small art gallery. We have since grown to a large theater and have been a vanguard event, dedicated to strengthening the general understanding of the Horror genre film culture by providing audiences independent, cutting‐edge, original films – and authentic representations of Horror.

Through time the festival has evolved to include a wider variety of horror genres for audiences to enjoy, all of which portray a different aspect of terror along with an atmosphere dedicated to the horror movie fan, including special musical presentations, special effects demonstrations, panel discussions, Q&A with cast and crew, fashion shows and more. To reflect these changes and highlight the festival’s evolution, the name of the festival has been changed to “Phoenix FearCON”.

The 2012 Phoenix FearCON V Film Festival will provide a significant opportunity for audiences to come and see what independent Horror is all about from different perspectives and reflect. Cinema is a bridge that connects us all. The committee members and volunteers have a passion and energy dedicated to this event. Although the festival is still young, it is supported by its members with unlimited potential.

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