Screening Zombies

Autobody Fine Art presents its very first indie film night!

February 27, 2010 – 7-10pm

“HUNGER,” is a film festival devoted to Bay Area filmmakers and their love of the cultish sub-genre of horror, zombie films.  The night has been set aside to encourage and showcase local talent as our audience thrills to buckets of fake blood and the wandering undead. The filmmakers showcased have a broad range of experience and expertise and you will be viewing the best that the Bay Area is producing at the moment.

Autobody Fine Art is an exhibition space dedicated to the contemporary art of emerging and under represented artists from Northern California and beyond. They are located in Alameda on the second floor of, what used to be, an autobody repair shop. The Directors and Owners, Colin Herrick and Jacqueline Cooper, have over two decades of experience in the contemporary art world and are very excited about the prospects of working with artists and collectors from Alameda and the San Francisco Bay Area. They are particularly focused on assisting prospective private and corporate collectors in purchasing and understanding the methods of building an informed art collection.

They believe that contemporary art is a mirror of society and as such it should be stimulating and occasionally confrontational.

Doors open at 7:00pm
Films will show from 8:00 – 10:00pm
$5 entry, payable at the door
Snacks and Beverages will be available by donation
1517 Park St.
Alameda, CA 91801
p: (510) 865 – 2608