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2011 TromaDance: Official Selections

On April 22-23, Asbury Park, NJ will once again be taken over by the most toxic film festival in the world! (That’s a good thing.) The 12th annual Tromadance is two days and nights filled with depraved cinematic abuses that will leave you a shattered, emotional wreck. (That’s a good thing, too.)

This year, the fest will screen three feature films, a buttload of shorts, plus two mini-retrospectives.

The features are: 1. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson‘s gonzo The Taint, a social satire filled with so much gore and sexual degeneracy you might want to wear a raincoat to the screening; 2. Joshua Grannell‘s horror spoof All About Evil, starring Natasha Lyonne and Cassandra Peterson about a psychotic film auteur who kills people on camera; 3. Miguel Angel Vivas’ brutal assault film Kidnapped.

Some of the short film highlights include Victoria Cook‘s triumphant return to Tromadance with Devil
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TromaDance 2011 Announces Its Short Film Selection

                                                     

                 12th Annual Tromadance Film Festival Announces Short Film Selection

From the Press Release:

New York, NY- March 11, 2011- The 12th Annual TromaDance Film Festival have announced the first round of short films selected to screen over the course of the cult two day festival, 22-33 April @ The Showroom Theatre- Asbury Park, New Jersey.

With a record number of entrants and a lengthy screening process, TromaDance Program Director Jonathan Lees announced that the TromaDance Selection Committee have selected the following short films to screen at this year's festival;  

The selected short films include:

 Krawll by Matthew Wade,

Menstrual Cramps by Bunny Williams,

Pink Sock by Josh Schneider,

Toothless by Steven Dorrington,

Concrete Baby by Mattias Silva and Piotr Marciniak,

Dog Eat Dog by Curtis Jensen,

Alice Jacobs Is Dead by Gary Weeks,

Domestic Disturbing by Gary Weeks,

Waffle by Rafael DeLeon Jr.,

I Chopped Her Up by Divian Ladwa,

Return of Ghost Tank by John E.
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