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TromaDance’s 15th Film Festival has moved to Brooklyn

We just want to give a heads up to all the filmmakers and fans that planned on attending TromaDance this year that it has moved. Here’s the official notes from Troma…

We are coming up to our 40th year as a completely independent film studio and distribution company. www.troma.com

Alongside our studio, we also have an annual film festival, TromaDance, now in it’s 15th year. To help celebrate our 40th anniversary and the 30th anniversary of our most famous super-hero from New Jersey, The Toxic Avenger, we are bringing the festival to New York City for the first time! www.tromadance.com

Held at the Paperbox NYC in Brooklyn on the 27th and 28th of June, we are expecting this year to be our most successful and tro-mazing year yet!

Unlike every other film festival, TromaDance does not charge filmmakers to submit their films or fans to attend events; entry to all screenings and panels are free of charge and completely open to the public. Everyone at TromaDance is treated as an equal. If there are any VIPs at TromaDance, they are the filmmakers whose blood, sweat, and passion are on the screen. TromaDance is proud to be the first and only film festival of the people, for the people, and by the people.

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Chad Armstrong

President/Co-Owner at LC Films
Chad Armstrong is a writer/producer/director who was born and raised in Long Beach CA. In 2009 he relocated to Alabama where he founded LeglessCorpse, a site dedicated to independent horror films, and soon after created the indie horror distribution company LeglessCorpse Films (currently known as LC Films). Not only is he co-owner of LeglessCorpse.com and LC Films he is also President of the newly formed Back Aisle Video label. Chad's most recent feature film is Deimosimine, and currently in development on the feature film Blood Dancers 2: Full Moon.

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