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The Women Behind the Blood and Gore of Viscera Film Festival
The Women Behind the Blood and Gore of Viscera Film Festival

AIR DATE: July 27, 2011

The Viscera Film Festival makes a tour stop at Theatre7 in Las Vegas, July 29-30.  That's the festival dedicated to horror flicks made by women.  Do female directors have a different approach to blood and gore?  And how do they portray women in their own films?  We talk to some female directors about what makes a great scream flick.
Shannon Lark, founder, Viscera Film Festival
Nikki Wall, filmmaker, Viscera Film Festival
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