THE SALEM Film Festival in Oregon plans to show Judas Kiss at its sixth annual event, October 18, as part of its Northwest Emerging Artists competition.
“This festival is a great opportunity to show off the talent of our mostly Northwest-based cast and crew,” said producer and writer Carlos Pedraza, himself a Seattle resident.
“The Salem Film Festival is another chance for a mainstream audience to see the film and explore its universal themes,” added director J.T. Tepnapa.
Judas Kiss is part of the festival’s offerings, October 14-21, of “the fresh, the fantastic and the first-rate,” said festival director Loretta Miles. “We loved your film! We really are very excited about including it our fest.”
Judas Kiss screens Tuesday, October 18, at 7 p.m., Miles added. The venue will be updated on this page and on the Facebook Event Page.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL The Salem Film Festival is a project of Salem Cinema, Allied Video Productions and the Salem Film Society, in partnership with Willamette University and Chemeketa Community College. The festival strives to mix the familiar with the obscure, the domestic with the foreign, the amateur with the professional, and provides a cross-generational, cross-cultural experience for a wide variety of people interested in the art and entertainment of film.
Judas Kiss will screen as part of the Salem Film Festival’s Northwest Emerging Artists competition, which is dedicated to showcasing the work of serious filmmakers who either live in the Pacific Northwest, or who shot on locations in the region.