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Celluloid Horror (2004)

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Celluloid Horror explores Kier-La Janisse's tireless crusade to bring obscure cult horror film to the masses through her independently run international film festival, CineMuerte, 'cinema ... See full summary »

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Ashley Fester
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Credited cast:
Jörg Buttgereit ... Himself
Mitch Davis Mitch Davis ... Himself
Fiona Forbes ... Herself
Buddy Giovinazzo ... Himself
Kier-La Janisse Kier-La Janisse ... Subject
Udo Kier ... Himself
Jeff Lieberman ... Himself
Sam McKinlay Sam McKinlay ... Himself
Jean Rollin ... Himself
Kel Salerno Kel Salerno ... Himself
Quentin Tarantino ... Himself
Ant Timpson Ant Timpson ... Himself (as Anthony Timpson)
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Celluloid Horror explores Kier-La Janisse's tireless crusade to bring obscure cult horror film to the masses through her independently run international film festival, CineMuerte, 'cinema of death', and the obsessive nature required to obtain your goals. Written by Ashley Fester

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How far would you go for your passion?

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Canada

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English

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Fantastic
9 September 2008 | by harryangel13See all my reviews

A fine film exploring an inspiring young woman. I am absolutely blown away by Kier-La and her quest to make people love what she loves. My dying wish is to meet this unique woman and shake her hand...Wow all the way...

The picture charts the evolution of Kier-La's little Vancouver genre film fest Cinemuerte and documents the funny, sweet and devoted team that surrounds her. The stuff with Udo Kier had me rolling. We also get some candid and poignant peeks into her personal life and tumultuous teenage past.

Brilliant girl, great film. Find it.


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