Beginning on [ Wednesday, January 24th ] at [ Brewvies ] at [ 677 South 200 West ] , and continuing on [ Thursday, January 25th ] at [ 530 Main Street ] in Park City, TromaDance will unleash their 2001 event on the fest-hungry swarms. TromaDance, which was established in January of 2000 by the people behind cult film mammoths Troma, has a simple mission: to give art back to the people.
How does TromaDance accomplish this noble task? In their efforts to aid young filmmakers with getting their work seen, the Festival charges no entry fee of any kind. That’s right — it’s free to submit, and they’re even accepting shorts and features of all stripes until the very cool, late deadline of [ January 5th, 2001 ] . In addition, there will be no admission charge for any festival-goers.
For entry forms, Troma rules, Troma news, and all things TromaDance, be sure to check out the [ official TromaDance headquarters. ]
Posted on December 20, 2000 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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