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April Film Night

April 11th, 2010 · No Comments

Wednesday, April 14th

SF in SF is delighted to present a very special SF in SF Film Night and Book Launch Party!

6:00PM Book Launch

The Bleeding Edge anthology is edited by William F. Nolan and Jason V. Brock, containing contains original, never before published works by Ray Bradbury, Jason V Brock, Norman Corwin, Cody Goodfellow, Earl Hamner, George Clayton Johnson, Nancy Kilpatrick, Joe R. Lansdale, Richard Matheson, Richard Christian Matheson, William F. Nolan, Dan O’Bannon, Frank M. Robinson, John Shirley, Steve Rasnic Tem, and many others.

This is the only Northern California appearance for this book, so please come and help welcome authors William F. Nolan, John Shirley, Frank Robinson, Jason Brock, and Cody Goodfellow. Authors will be signing books for sale; if you are a collector, please feel welcome to bring your own books for signatures as well.

7:00PM Movies

Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man

Join us for the Northern California premiere! Beaumont was a prolific American author of speculative fiction, including short stories in the horror and science fiction subgenres. He is fondly remembered as a writer of many classic Twilight Zone episodes, such as “The Howling Man”, “Miniature”, and “Printer’s Devil,” but he also penned the screenplays for several cult horror and science fiction films, among them The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (based on the book The Circus of Dr. Lao by Charles Finney), The Intruder and The Masque of the Red Death. As best-selling novelist Dean R. Koontz has said, “[Charles Beaumont was] one of the seminal influences on writers of the fantastic and macabre.” He’s a writer you should know.

We will follow the documentary with a showing of The Seven Faces of Dr. Lao.

The Variety Preview Room, 582 Market St. @ Montgomery, 1st floor of The Hobart Bldg. in San Francisco. Don’t drive, we are right on top of the Montgomery BART station.

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