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"Some Guy" lines up more Festival Screenings

“Some Guy Who Kills People” will be screening at:

1) Fantaspoa (Brazil) – July 1 – 17, 2011

2) Telluride Horror Show (Colorado) – October 14 – 16, 2011

"Some Guy Who Kills People" – Two Reviews

“Some Guy Who Kills People” received its first two reviews, and I’m happy to report, they were both extremely positive. Check ‘em out here:

FANGORIA: http://www.fangoria.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4738:some-guy-who-kills-people-film-review&catid=50:movies-tv&Itemid=181

CREEPERCAST: http://www.creepercast.com/some-guy-who-kills-people-2011/

Director Jack Perez and Writer/Producer will appear on a 2-part Creepercast Podcast within the next month or so. Check back here for more information.

"Some Guy Who Kills People" – Sales Agencies

“Some Guy Who Kills People” has lined up some two wonderful sales agencies in our quest for distribution.

The Film Collaborative will rep the film domestically (www.thefilmcollaborative.org)

Curb Entertainment will rep the film internationally (www.curbentertainment.com)

We are thrilled to be working with both of these great companies.

"Some Guy" lines up more Festival Screenings

“Some Guy Who Kills People” will be screening at:

1)  Fantasia Fest (Montreal) – July 14-August 7, 2011

2)  RioFan (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil) – July 19-24, 2011

3)  PiFan (South Korea) – July 14-24, 2011

4)  Celluloid Screams (Sheffield, England) – October 21-23, 2011

Exact screening dates and showtimes to be announced.

"Some Guy Who Kills People" – U.S. Premiere

“Some Guy” is headed to NYC, where it will make its U.S. Premiere at the Brooklyn International Film Festival in June.

The short film, “The Fifth,” on which “Some Guy” is loosely based, screened at BIFF back in 2007, so it’s an honor to return with the feature.

The folks at BIFF seem very excited to have us, and we, in turn, are very excited to, um, be had by them… ?

Screening times and dates TBD

Fantaspoa Int’l Fantastic Film Festival

SGWKP will be screening at the Fantaspoa Int’l Fantastic Film Festival in Brazil in July 2011. We don’t have the dates just yet, but we’re definitely looking forward to screening at Latin America’s largest genre fest.

Amsterdam Fantastic Fest

Guess who just won the “Audience Award” at the Amsterdam Fantastic Fest? Not us!

However, we finished 15th out of 48 films, and in my eternal search to make myself feel better, I’m framing the results this way: we were the highest rated film currently without distribution.

Goal #2: At the next festival, become the most popular movie among audience members 78-79 years old.

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SGWKP – Festival News

“Some Guy Who Kills People” was recently accepted into the very prestigious festival, Fantasporto, in Portugal at the end of February.

We were all geared up and ready to go, when we learned they could no longer accept the format in which we had our film. Without the budget to transfer our film to 35mm, we were forced to back out of Fantasporto 2011.

However, the festival administrators told us that, next year, they’d be able to accommodate our ghetto format (Digibeta). So, our film is now scheduled to play Fantasporto 2012. Our trip to Portugal has been delayed, but we greatly appreciate their desire to show the film and we look forward to next year.

In the meantime, we hope the film will be playing other festivals across the world, so keep an eye an out…

It’s festival time…

We are currently in the midst of submitting “Some Guy Who Kills People” to film festivals across the globe in hopes of exposing our film to as wide of an audience as possible.

And I suppose we’re also seeking that “distribution” thing that our investors keep bringing up. It’s like, “Give it a rest, guys. If you make a movie, they automatically put it on 3,000 screens across America. I don’t understand your concerns.”

Some people just don’t understand the film business.