Denison filmmaker's short films, others to be presented on Halloween
If scary movies are your thing, then you may want to make plans to attend “Mutant Martian Movie Madness” at the Donna Reed Theater on Halloween night.
The one-hour program will feature a selection of short independent films with a horror theme that have been screened at various festivals around the country. The films will range in length from seven to 29 minutes.
Two of the short films will be by Denison filmmaker Dan Mundt. Mundt describes his film, “Damaged,” as an idea for an episode of “The Twilight Zone.”
He wrote and directed the film in 2002, while an adjunct faculty member at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University.
Mutant Martian Movie Madness will begin at 8 pm at the Donna Reed Theater in uptown Denison, Ia on Saturday, October 31.
The screening is free to the public. The program will be a fundraiser for the Donna Reed Foundation. Free-will donations will be accepted. (Gordon Wolf, Denison Review)