MONTCLAIR FILM ANNOUNCES NEW VIRTUAL HORROR FILM DISCUSSION SERIES ‘DIGGING INTO DARKNESS’
January 14, 2020 –Montclair Film today announced a new, virtual horror film discussion series entitled DIGGING INTO DARKNESS, hosted by instructor Jay Kay. Dive into the spine-tingling details of new and classic horror films with instructor Jay Kay in Montclair Film’s new, virtual film discussion series DIGGING INTO DARKNESS. Jay Kay is the award-winning host of the radio show Horror Happens and a staff writer at HorrorHound Magazine. Jay will moderate discussions with class participants on a different independent horror film each week.
Guests and films include Producer Adrienne Biddle (THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER), Filmmaker Padraig Reynolds (DARK LIGHT), Filmmaker David Marmor (1BR), Filmmaker Zak Hilditch (STEPHEN KING'S 1922), and Filmmakers Zach Lipovsky & Adam Stein (FREAKS). A full line-up of films and conversation guests will be announced soon at http://montclairfilm.org.
All films will be available via Netflix and should be watched in advance. Discussions start on February 21 and will run for 5 consecutive Sundays from 7pm -8pm. Register at montclairfilm.org/education.
Note: R-rated films will be shown and participants under 17 will be required to show
Dates: 5 Sundays 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST / 4:00 to 5:00 PM PST
Cost: $75.00 for all five sessions
Moderator: Jay Kay, Staff Writer for HorrorHound Magazine and Host/Producer at Horror Happens Radio(http://soundcloud.com/horror-happensrs)
ABOUT MONTCLAIR FILM
Montclair Film, a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization connects filmmakers from around the region and world with audiences by presenting films and year-round programs that engage, educate, and entertain through the power of visual storytelling. The tenth annual Montclair Film Festival, presented by Investors Bank, will take place in October 2021. All programs are made possible with funds from the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism, as well as the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, among many others. Montclair Film provides unique and meaningful ways to engage with diverse, creative, and sophisticated audiences and seeks sponsors for its signature film festival and other year-round programs that attract more than 46,000 annual attendees and generate more than 750 million media impressions yearly. For information about Montclair Film, visit www.MontclairFilm.org.
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