Due to overwhelming response to the planned secret screenings of the latest Troma productions during the Sundance Film Festival, the TromaDance Film Festival Committee is pleased to announce that it has secured a larger venue at which to screen Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson’s The Taint, along with trailers for the latest Troma productions, and premiere the product reel for Lloyd Kaufman’s event film Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol. 1 at The Complex in Salt Lake City from 9pm to 1:30am on Wednesday, January 23rd. The event will also feature a live performance by improv punk-a-billy rock and roll band Rev Mayhem.
|The Taint Trailer!|
“The TromaDance Film Festival enjoyed 10 successful years in Park City,” says TromaDance founder Lloyd Kaufman, “and while we brought the festival home to New Jersey in 2010, we still consider it our duty to offer an unforgettable alternative to the fine mainstream movies at the Sundance Film Festival by screening truly independent, artful films. With Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson’s visionary, intellectual film The Taint, which features more zombies with exploding penises than any other film in history, we guarantee that viewers will see something special that they would otherwise never see at the Sundance Film Festival.”
The event is for ages 21 and over and will feature a full bar; DVD screeners, stickers, posters, and other Troma swag will also be available upon request. Please visit the event page for more information. The TromaDance Film Festival would like to thank Night Flight Comics and the staff at The Complex for supporting independent art and making this event possible!
Founded in 1999 by Lloyd Kaufman (President of Troma Entertainment and Creator of the Toxic Avenger) and inspired by Trey Parker (South Park), whose first film Cannibal: The Musical! was a Troma release, TromaDance enjoyed ten successful years in Park City, Utah. In 2010, a larger TromaDance came home to New Jersey, home of Tromaville and the Toxic Avenger. The response TromaDance received from the people of Asbury Park and the media was overwhelmingly positive. Unlike mainstream festivals, TromaDance does not charge film makers to submit their films and entrance to all screenings is free and open to the public. There are no VIP reservations or preferential treatment regarding films, panels, or parties of any kind given. The organizers of TromaDance believe films are meant to be seen, especially when it comes to new filmmakers. Art – in all its forms – is for the people! Visit www.tromadance.com for information about TromaDance 2013.