“My father’s joy in seeing art displayed in such a glorious space bearing his name would have been a wonderful thing to behold.” – Victoria Price, daughter of Vincent Price
The mission of the Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College (ELAC) is to serve as a unique educational resource for the diverse audiences of the college and the community through the exhibition, interpretation, collection, and preservation of works in all media of the visual arts. VPAM seeks to promote knowledge, inspire creative thinking, and deepen an understanding of and appreciation for the visual arts.
Founded in 1957 as the first art gallery in East Los Angeles, VPAM is located on the ELAC campus in Monterey Park—four miles east of Downtown Los Angeles. The Museum is the cornerstone of ELAC’s new Performing and Fine Arts Center on campus, and it holds the largest permanent collection of any community college in the United States.
Thanks to everyone who turned up for our first mixer of 2014. Good food, great company and lots of productive festival work done too.
Thanks to the HHF team of (from l to r) Ray Chavez Jr., Donald F. Glut, David Del Valle, Phil Condit, Miles Flanagan, Matthew McLinn, Hsin Ou-Yang, Shaun Piccinino, Michael O’Donnell, Darren Shaw and Joe Stewart (behind the camera).
Here’s to our next one at The Prince!
Get ready for the HOLLYWOOD HORRORFEST 2014 – 28/29 March 2014, NEW BEVERLY CINEMA, 7165 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA.
A festival like no other! Everything you’ve always wanted to know about Indie Genre filmmaking but were afraid to ask… and much more!
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Film clips are of submitted films and are presented for HHF promotional purposes only They do not reflect the final selected or winning entries. Successful entrants will be notified in March.
We’re very excited to announce we’re holding HOLLYWOOD HORRORFEST 2014 in the very heart of Hollywood, CA. at the fantastic NEW BEVERLY CINEMA (7165 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036).
The NEW BEVERLY CINEMA, home of indie and grindhouse screenings since the 1950’s, and now owed by QUENTIN TARANTINO, is simply the perfect venue for our inaugural weekend event. A great place to screen, be seen and market your dream.
During the festival we hope to guide you through the complex process of getting your film seen by the right people, and attract the right distributor and ultimately develop a long lasting career. We can’t promise you’ll sell your film, but we can promise you’ll know more after the event and feel more confident in how best to sell your film and how to go about doing just that.
In attendance will not only be distributors, producers, PR consultants and managers, actors & journalists but also film-makers like yourself, who have made low budget films, screened them on the festival circuit and actually found distribution that not only works for them but actually pays!
So enter your film, short or script and we look forward to seeing you in 2014.
Actor, director, writer and stunt co-ordinator SHAUN PICCININO is set to attend this year’s HOLLYWOOD HORRORFEST. SHAUN, whose recent Award winning feature “The Lackey” is set for release in September 2013, will discuss how he finally brought his script to the big screen and the trials and tribulations of finding and securing distribution in today’s market.