LA screenings & NC screenings of “Friday Night Fright”

Los Angeles Screening Information:

Sunday Dec. 13th at 12 noon on the USC campus - Norris Theater.

Trailer HERE

The order of the films to be screened:

"Samba" (dir. Claudia Castello)
"Family Collection" (dir. RJ Olson)
"Vicissitude" (dir. Will Jobe)

"Asha" (dir. Ritvik Mayank)
"616 Candles" (dir. Luke Patton)
"She's Mine" (dir. Nelson Ceron)

"Mae" (dir. Michael La Breche)
"Nameless" (dir. Ariella Blejer)
"Fatima" (dir. Christian Contreras)

"He Knows" (dir. Ian Becker)
"Z" (dir. Dustin Jacobs)
"Caina" (Eric Robbins)

"Between Brothers" (dir. Karen Corneille)
"Friday Night Fright" (dir. Ashley Maria)
"You Are the Butterfly" (dir. Carolyn Corbett)

Another class will screen from 2:30 - 4:00pm and a reception will follow.

Raleigh, North Carolina Screening Information:

Thursday Dec. 17th 8:00pm - 10:00pm at Third Place Coffeehouse

Hosted by Fruition Film and Third Place Coffeehouse's "Local Filmmaker Screening" (LFS)

The following films will screen:


Walter wakes up in a stranger's bed once again, but this time, sneaking out isn't so easy. While the mystery woman showers, Walt tries to leave, but his keys have another plan.


Amy needs to fight back. She needs to leave. One day, her boyfriend's anger goes over the edge. This is her chance. Will she run?

Friday Night Fright

With his parents finally gone, Andy is left alone to watch his favorite late night horror show, "Friday Night Fright." But - in tonight's episode, Andy is not the only one doing the watching.

Special thanks to Lee & Priscilla Woodward ("Grumpa Group") and F. Michael Davis for their support in the making of "Friday Night Fright."

Located at 1811 Glenwood Avenue in the Five Points area of Raleigh, the Third Place Coffeehouse LFS event will be held on December 17 at 8:00pm and is free and open to the public. Harpist J. Rosaleigh Stringfellow will entertain film viewers from 6:00-8:00pm.

About Third Place Coffeehouse

Third Place is a cozy and eclectic coffeehouse. Surrounded by rich red Oriental rugs, warmly hued walls and exotic glass lanterns suspended from the antique tin ceiling, Third Place patrons can enjoy coffee, breakfast, sandwiches, vegetarian fare and yummy desserts.

The LFS series offers local filmmakers an audience for their work and a chance to discuss the process and the challenge of filmmaking. All screenings are free to attend. Third Place is on the lookout for films to build a lineup! Student films, documentaries, shorts, and animations are all welcome. If you're interested in screening a film, contact: Andrew Mayo at 919.834.6566. For additional information please visit:

About Fruition Film

Fruition Film is a full-service HD production company owned by Tim McKay and Sam Griffin. The Raleigh based company produces a wide range of work including documentary, corporate, and broadcast television. Credits include A Man of Firsts, A Tribute to Henry E. Frye; PlanVirginia; Steeped in Surprises, the story of the Sparta Teapot Museum; and Haunted Taps, a new web series that explores the haunted bars and pubs of North America. Find out more by visiting

About Ashley Maria

Ashley Maria is a graduate student at USC studying Film & Television at the School of Cinematic Arts. Her love affair with film began in high school and continued through her undergraduate career at UNC-Chapel Hill, where she produced and directed for the local television network and interned at various companies such as ESPN and Current TV. She has screamed on the Great Wall of China, swam with dolphins and is both a Mac and PC person. She blogs about life as a film student at: You can find out more about Ashley Maria by visiting

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