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2015 Horrible Imaginings Local Spotlight Short: Forever Hollywood!

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Country of Origin: San Diego Local Spotlight!

Forever Hollywood is a short horror film about a group of young actors. Sent to participate in a team-building camping retreat at the request of their producer, the group sets out to capture behind the scenes footage to promote their upcoming TV series. The retreat takes a dark turn as one by one, the actors fall prey to the spread of a Zombie virus and even the living begin to turn on one another. A hero arises, and a mad dash for survival ensues.

"Forever Hollywood" will be featured just before the "Child's Nightmares" Short Film Block, starting at 5:00pm on Friday, September 11th!

Part of Horrible Imaginings Horror Film Festival of San Diego's full line-up! Get Full Festival Passes or single screening tickets HERE!

Starring:



Mike Egbert


Angelica Medina


Esquire Duke


Tyler Bruhn


Kambra Potter


Janine Walz


Dustin Stern-Garcia
Angie

Director Bio: Angie Baggett

Bio and accolades: A graduate of the Academy of Art MFA program in Motion Pictures and Television, Angie Baggett chose screenwriting as her focus but is interested in all aspects of filmmaking. She came to the conclusion to pursue screenwriting because it is a fun and unique way to collaborate with others in a dynamic and creative atmosphere. Her writing and directing skills have been circulating festivals via the award winning short narrative film Instant Justice. She has also completed freelance commercial projects, short films, worked on feature film sets, and is currently at work on a handful feature film screenplays with franchise potential. In June the short film, Forever Hollywood, screened at the Temecula Independent Film Festival and at the UCR Palm Desert MFA short film showcase, and was an official selection of Oceanside International Film Festival taking place in August. Forever Hollywood was also selected to be featured in the Biennial Edition of the publication CinéWomen, in a special issue featuring independent women filmmakers and video artists.