Screenwriting and Film Featured heavily at Tucson based Sci Fi Convention Featuring New York Times Best Selling author S.M. Stirling. http://smstirling.com/
“TusCon” is Tucson’s own science fiction, fantasy and horror convention this year TuscCOn has an amazing lineup of film screenings and lectures about film, media arts and writing among the many other things on the schedule.
This Friday Saturday and Sunday, November 9, 10, and 11
Hotel CityCenter in Tucson, Arizona. (http://www.innsuites.com/tucson_citycenter/)
More information: www.tusconscificon.com
A Zombie Makeup Class Demo 102: Blood, guts and latex: Learn ways to bring “life” to your undead costume with Natalia Lopez
Scriptwriting Sci-Fi and Fantasy Panel with: Filmmaker Antonio Villagomez, filmmaker and former IFASA President Eric Schumacher, Novelist and Screenwriter Weston Ochse, Paul Edwards
Wizard Hunters :Tucson-based film team Uphill Pictures debuts their epic tale about wizards, vampires, and sorceresses, watch the new web series and discuss it with the makers www.wizardhunters.com
Zhon: The Alien Interviews: Join us for a screening of this critically acclaimed quirky, funny, suspenseful, action packed sci fi dramedy series including a NEVER BEFORE SEEN EPISODE exclusively at TusCon! Members of the cast and crew will be present to answer your questions. The series is now in its second season at www.whoiszhon.com
Po Film: Filmmaker, former IFASA President and Co- Executive Producer of Zhon; The Alien Interviews, Eric Schumacher discusses how to make the most of your resources when producing a micro budget film or video project and how to do Sci FI/Fantasy on a budget and still be taken seriously.
Barry Bard's At the Movies - Come see movie previews and get your raffle tickets for some great SWAG. - Daniel Arthur, Richard Bolinski.
Getting inspired and finding your unique voice as an artist/ writer. - Novelist and Musician Chris Dickenson, Novelist and Screenwriter Weston Ochse, Master Screenwriter John Vornholt, Novelist David Lee Summers, Novelist Gloria McMillan
and MUCH, MUCH, MORE
TusCon is Tucson's own science fiction, fantasy and horror convention. Celebrating it's 39th anniversary, the all volunteer run TusCon is a local institution which has brought some of the most famous science fiction, fantasy and horror authors artists of all kinds to Tucson. The convention boasts incredible lectures and panels, art exhibits and sales, LAN gaming, film screenings, parties and countless other events. To keep the setting friendly and intimate, TusCon registration is limited to only 500 registered attendees annually.
To for more information a full schedule, and to register for this year's TusCon convention, go to: www.tusconscificon.com
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