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Stunt Kitty Films

Independent producer of no-budget films.

SKF Filmmakers to attend Motor City Nightmares Weekend of Horror Film Festival

Stunt Kitty Films' (SKF) filmmakers Debora Roventini and Rob Robinson will be in attendance for the world premiere of their latest short film "A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H. P. Lovecraft Anyway?" at the Motor City Nightmares Weekend of Horror Film Festival (MCNFF) at the Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel in Novi, Michigan running April 15th thru April 17th, 2011.

It's out of the frying pan and into George and Martha's rumpus room for a
night of supernatural mambo jumbo when young H.P. and his slim-hipped
wife, fleeing a monster of comic proportions, seek refuge on the campus
of the infamous Miskatonic University in the outrageous spoof of classic Hollywood with a Lovecraftian twist directed by and starring Debora Roventini.

Having grown up in nearby Plymouth, Rob Robinson (Writer/Producer) could not think of a better event to premiere SKF' latest film while helping to show support for the fledgling Michigan film industry.

The filmmakers encourage everyone in the Detroit area to come on out to see the show and say hello.  Check the MCNFF webpage for screening times.

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