PO Box 4718
West Richland, WA
February 28, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Nat Saenz
TRIFI International Film Festival (TRIFI) Kicks off Scary Saturday on March 18th, 2017 in Richland’s Confluent Space.
Richland, WA – Get Your Fright On with Scary Saturday
Do you wish RadCon was a year-round event? Can’t wait for next Halloween so you can dress up?
Then get your fright on by joining the Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TRIFI) for a night of short, independent Horror films from around the globe at Confluent Space in Richland on Saturday, March 18th from 6 to 9:30 PM.
Films scheduled to be shown include the latest short offerings from John and Sarah Fitzpatrick’s, Scary Endings series, and from internationally acclaimed Indie Horror director, Patrick Rea’s, Grave Danger.
Admission for the night is only $5.00 (cheap). Tickets are available only at the door. Anyone dressed in costume gets in FREE.
Confluent Space is located at 285 Williams Blvd, in Richland. For more information, call (509) 371-9267.
Proceeds go to support Confluent Space and the Tri-Cities International Film Festival.
Confluent Space is a 501(c)3 non-profit with space and tools to bring your imagination into reality. Confluent hosts classes, workshops, and events, and provides a space for people to learn, work on their projects, and have fun.
TRIFI is a Washington State Nonprofit Corporation, and a registered 501c3 organization. TRIFI’s goals are: 1) To promote and encourage future artists and artisans in the art, media, and technology of filmmaking; 2) To further public awareness and appreciation of motion pictures as an art form; 3) To support the education of the general public in these areas by hosting annual film exhibitions, lectures, seminars, workshops, and other activities. For more information about the Tri-Cities International Film Festival, check out; www.trifi.org.