The Theater of Horror is coming!
Friday, October 18th - 6:30 - after midnight
Saturday, October 19th - 6:30 - after midnight
Open every Wednesday through saturday until Halloween
6:30 - after midnight
Halloween Night 6:30 - after midnight
Group rates are available
bloody screams and Happy Halloween
Adults: $10.00 Kids: $8.00
Welcome To The Central Theater
Proud Home of the Hot Springs Arts and Film Institute
The Hot Springs Arts and Film Institute is a nonprofit organization, founded by filmmakers for filmmakers.
We proudly support Arts & Film through education and exhibition.
We offer opportunities through screenings, participation, special programs,
workshops, festivals, independent films, forums, and more...
The Hot Springs Arts and Film Institute Presents
The Premiere of the Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival
Sept. 26-29, 2013
The Hot Springs Arts and Film Institute is happy to announce the premier of the
Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival (HSIHFF).
The HSIHFF is set to bring together filmmakers, fans, and film fanatics
for a fright-festive weekend packed full of films from all over the world.
A slew of competitive categories—including Horror, Thriller, Science Fiction, Made in Arkansas, and Student Film—promise a diverse range of intriguing and spooky material during this inaugural festival. "Top Festival Films" will be complementary entered into Film-Com's "Direct Project Presentation to Film & TV Executives and Financiers."
Discounts for local hotels and businesses will be offered to participating filmmakers, and free distribution and finance seminars (as well as free VIP passes & Prizes!) will be available for qualifying guests.
Tamara Glynn, star of Halloween 5 will be in attendance to help scare up some fun, alongside an accomplished “who’s-who” of horror film favorites.
This 4-day event unfolds at the Central Theater in Hot Springs, Arkansas. September 26th through the 29th, it will be host to insidious indie films, blood spattered scream queens, and inspiring film spook shops. The theater is one of the oldest in the United States, and is adjacent to The Grand Central Hall, an additional projection and live staging area that will be well-trod throughout the festival.
The Festival’s Director Bill Volland ("The Arrival", "Deadly Desire", "Silk Stalking’s") will oversee the gore-fest, while Arkansas Native and Co-Director and Hostess Tamara Glynn (Samantha from “Halloween 5” and “Freddy’s Nightmares”) will be on hand to welcome visitors and a slew of special guests.
Other guest slated to appear, Tyler Mane, Eric Fox, Eileen Dietz, David Schmoeller, Justin Beahm,
Eric England, Jeff Burr, Lesleh Donaldson, Jeremy Benson, Bart Mastronardi,
Patrick Rea, Alan Rowe Kelly and many, many more.
Actress Eileen Dietz will be awarded with the “Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award." Eileen will also have her new book available, “Excorcising My Demons” with special signings at the festival and bookstores in the Central Arkansas area. Tickets are on sale now!
The festival will include film submissions from around the globe as well as panel discussions, filmmaker reception's, and Q&A sessions with a variety of film industry professionals.
There will also be a charity event and silent auction for a night of bloody good fun with proceeds benefiting the sCare Foundation (www.scarefoundation.org).
All Press/Media: Please contact:
Bill Volland :501-538-0766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Hot Springs Then and Now"
The Story of Hot Springs
Showtimes will be listed here as they are confirmed
or for recorded information call (501) 859-9148
The documentary, just under an hour, will take you back in time to experience the elegance and excitement of old Hot Springs.
Fly over Hot Springs pristine lakes, visit little known attractions and learn about the interesting history of Hot Springs, AR.