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Do you like scary movies?...we hope you do, and good music too. 

Cinema Carnival, a project of Playmaker Motion Pictures, is proud to present Cinema Carnival:Frightmares, a evening of awesome short horror films from around the world. All types of films will be represented, including animation, experimental, comedy-horror and of course Twilight Zone-esc, freaky, frightening horror movies. We even have a cool sci-fi short for good measure. Over a dozen films will be screened. 

Date: Friday June 12, 2015
Time: 8 pm (Doors open at 7 pm)
Admission: $10
Location: The Park Theatre - 698 Osborne St, Winnipeg, MB  

The Films...

Alexia  -- Andrés Borghi
Brain Static  -- Directed by Roger D. Wilson
Happy Meal Horror (with a side of chainsaw)  -- Rocky Curby
HELL NO: The Sensible Horror Film  --  Joe Nicolosi
Inside  --  Stuart Stanton
Last Video Store, The  -- Cody Kennedy, Tim Rutherford
LOT254 -- Directed by Toby Meakings
Mockingbird -- Warren Nightingale
Phoenix, The -- Carmelo Zucco
Saturday the 14th -- Kristjan Lyngmo
Stitches -- Ben Kent
Zombie Baby of Niagra Street -- Paul Carvelli

The night will be a celebration of film shorts, and no film celebration is complete without an after party. After the short film program will be live music with The Webster Project. 

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