Shriek: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

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SHRIEK: A Women of Horror Film & Discussion Class is a community education series that examines the roles of women in horror films. This time, discussion leader and film buff Evan J. Peterson will lead the group in a viewing and discussion of A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour! Click here for trailer:

Gorgeously photographed, this Persian vampire film explores issues of class, addiction, and gender in a culture both similar and very different from our own. It's light on fright and gore, so more sensitive viewers may wish to attend this showing.
Note: The dialogue is in Persian with English subtitles.

The goal of this community series is to offer low-cost opportunities to learn about film and gender studies and to inspire more women to get involved as creators in the genre. Scarecrow Video sponsors the class in their screening room. This is an event for community members 17 and up. Scarecrow Video is wheelchair accessible.
**We suggest bringing an extra seat cushion for the classroom chairs.**

General Admission: $10 per session
Seniors 65+, Veterans, Teachers, and Students with ID: $5 per session
Reduced housing and no-housing attendees: Free
Day-of registration welcome!
General admission register here:

Evan J. Peterson is a college professor, author, and journalist. He is a Clarion West alum, and he received his MFA from Florida State University. His writing has been featured in The Stranger, Weird Tales, Unspeakable Horror 2, Queers Destroy Horror, and The Rumpus. His books include The Midnight Channel, Skin Job, and Ghosts in Gaslight, Monsters in Steam: Gay City 5.
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