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12th annual Tromadance Film Festival announces short film selection

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. Goras,
Arsy-Versy by Miro Remo,
36th Underground by PH Debies,
Getting Dicked by Rogin Kim,
App by Kyle Corwin,
Mommy’s Boy by Hans Montelius,

Devil Town by Victoria Cook,

Dr. Sausage Fingers by Richard Taylor and Zack Beins,

Atrophy by Derek Carter,

Dogsitter by Adam Reider,

Pizzangrillo by Marco Gianfreda,

Torture P*rn and Get Off My Porch by Patrick Rea,

52 Takes Of The Same Thing, Then Boobs by T. Arthur Cottam,

Rats on Cocaine in “Fight” by Dean Packis,

Failure Means A Drowning Death by J.P. DiSciscio,

Crippled Horse Energy Drink, Beasts of War, Big Ass Bear, and Saved By The Horn by Marc M.,

Brutal Relax by David Munoz, Adrian Cardona, and Rafa Dengra.

This is the 12th year that TromaDance has screened a diverse selection of films from all around the world. TromaDance was created in 1999 by Troma President and Creator of the Toxic Avenger, Lloyd Kaufman, based on an idea from South Park creator Trey Parker.

TromaDance is the first film festival wholeheartedly devoted to filmmakers and fans. Unlike other film festivals, TromaDance does not charge filmmakers to submit their films. Entrance to all screenings is free and open to the public. There is 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!

To learn more about the films selected for TromaDance please go to www.tromadance.com.

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