Chattanooga Now Firehouse Film Festival in Dalton July 26-28

Chattanooga Now Firehouse Film Festival in Dalton July 26-28

July 25th, 2013 in Chattnow Movies

Dr. Shock, left, and Nurse Goodbody will be at Fright Night during the Firehouse Film Festival.

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.


Friday, July 26

• 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Young Filmmakers Day Camp

• 8 p.m. Fright Night, hosted by Dr. Shock and the Shock Theatre Family

• Vampire Camp" (78 minutes), by Ray Robison

• "Next of Kin" (9 minutes) by Harry Musselwhite

• "BY Stander" (8.5 minutes) by Griffin Stover

• "Clear Revenge" (11.5 minutes)" by Jennifer Lonardo

• "Pigman" (20 minutes) by Nick Demao

• "Season of Darkness" by Jay Woelfel (115 minutes)

Saturday, July 27

• 2 and 7 p.m. Screenings of "Side Show," "With In," "I'm Broke," "English Girl" (all rated PG)

• 2:45 and 7:45 p.m. Screenings of "The Blue Butterfly" (PG)

• 3:35 and 8:35 p.m. Screenings of "Clear Revenge," "BY Stander," "Next of Kin," "To Fight," "Is This Real Life" (all rated PG-13)

• 4:30 and 9:30 p.m. Screenings of "Junk," "Beautifulese," "The Other Me," "Pigman" and "Self Inflicted" (all rated R)

Sunday, July 28

• 2:30 p.m. Presentation of Kids Camp film and short-film awards ceremony.

The Firehouse Film Festival returns to the Dalton (Ga.) Little Theatre this weekend with a day camp for young filmmakers and a Fright Night hosted by local spook master Dr. Shock.

The festival, taking place Friday through Sunday, July 26-28, will feature two feature-length movies and a heavy roster of short films that will be screened Saturday afternoon and evening.

Three of the Saturday titles are also part of Friday's lineup of independent horror films. In addition to Dr. Shock, Nurse Goodbody, Dingbat and Dirge will make appearances. Friday admission is $10.

General admission Saturday is $5.

The two feature-length films on the schedule are "Season of Darkness," about a mental patient who escapes from a mental asylum only to find other horrors in the outside world, and "The Blue Butterfly," about a boy terminally ill with cancer whose final wish is to find the elusive Blue Morpho butterfly.

Now in its third year, the Firehouse Film Festival offers a proving ground for regional filmmakers and a forum for their work. It is named for the DLT's home at 210 N. Pentz St., a converted former firehouse built in 1888.

For more information, call 706-226-6618 or visit