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SKF's Lovecraft Spoof to Open Motor City Nightmares Film Fest

Motor City Nightmares unveiled the screening schedule for their upcoming Weekend of Horror Film Fest today and Stunt Kitty Films' "A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H.P. Lovecraft Anyway?" is in the number one slot -- 5pm Friday, April 15th. That means our uncanny little comedy of the bizarre will be opening the festival. How cool is that?

SKF's A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H.P. Lovecraft Anyway? to Premiere at Motor City Nightmares Weekend of Horror Film Fest

Stunt Kitty Films is pleased to announce "A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H.P. Lovecraft Anyway!" is an official selection of the Motor City Nightmares Weekend of Horror Film Festival in Novi, Michigan. This will be the world premiere of the latest odditity from the no-budget filmmakers.

Just Announced -- Philm Faisstival 8!

Philip Faiss has announced the date for his next presentation at the Onyx Theater in Las Vegas Nevada.

Principle Photography Completed on A Fish Called Martha

Stunt Kitty Films is pleased to announce principle photography has been completed on their latest short "A Fish Called Martha".

Nathan Grant 5 Set to Premiere at Philm Faisstival 5

Screens August 3rd, 2009 at the Onyx Theatre, Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit http://philmfaisstival.stuntkittyfilms.com/ for more info.

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Philm Faisstival - The Trilogy -- A New Call for Entries

They're back. While not explicitedly requested, it appears a great opportunity for some scary/funny films. I for one am looking forward to some great Halloween fun.

Philm Faisstival, The Sequel -- Call for Entries

SKF founding member Philip Faiss has started his own film festival/screening series in conjunction with The Student Experimental Theatre in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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