SNAFF-FAQ

Congratulations to all filmmakers and screenwriters whose work has been selected for the Fifth Annual Snake Alley Festival of Film. We received so many great entries, and we couldn’t be more excited to let the world see the fruits of your labor.

For those planning to attend we have some answers to your questions that will make your visit a little easier.

1. Each filmmaker or screenwriter will get two all access badges. This badge gets you into all SNAFF events including film blocks, stage readings, and SNAFFterparties.

2. In addition to a t-shirt, every filmmaker and screenwriter will receive a swag bag full of local gifts.

3. Registration is Thursday, June 23 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, right next to the Capitol Theater (also known as the Annex). It connects to the theater, but provides a sound barrier as to not disturb the screenings and readings. If you cannot make it to Thursday’s registration, someone will always be there to assist you.

4. The filmmaker and screenwriter’s brunch takes place on Friday, June 24 at 10am at The Drake. Space is limited so please let me know in advance if you would like to participate. It’s a great time to get to know each other, learn about each other’s projects, and support one another’s films. Sign up by emailing me at taddgood@gmail.com

5. SNAFFter parties are all within two blocks of the theater and are free to attend.

6. Travel — We have two nearby airports, each about an hour and half away. One is in Iowa (Cedar Rapids) and the other in Illinois (Moline). Flying into either airport is a lot easier, as far as scheduling, then flying directly into Burlington.

7. The Capitol Theater is located downtown, within a short walking distance of many restaurants, coffee shops, a great record store, and several small shops. Take advantage of our beautiful downtown and support our sponsors!

8. Lastly, if you have artwork (pre-printed posters, cards, swag, etc.) and would like to send them for display, please send to:

Snake Alley Festival of Film
1301 S. 3rd St.
Burlington Iowa 52601.

This will be very helpful in promoting your film.
You can also bring your artwork with you if you plan on attending.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at taddgood@gmail.com

We can’t wait to see you all for SNAFF 2016!

Tadd Good
Event Director
Snake Alley Festival of Film

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Screenplay Stage Readings

Thursday 4pm – 6pm

Dakota Caves – 2 Miles by Robert Rogers
Scrambled eggs aren’t what they’re cracked up to be, especially when they stop in for a visit.

I Love You More by Wes Worthing
A distraught artist seeks to kill all of his local sex-offender registrants as a means to make his town safe before his recently gang-raped wife returns home from the hospital.

 

Friday 4pm – 6pm

The R Word by Danielle P. Smith
A new town and new school puts a girl with Down Syndrome face to face with a bully and a hurtful word.

Without Adult Supervision by Andrew Wassom
Three fraternity brothers learn why warning labels are placed on products after a unique game of lawn darts.

 

Saturday 10am – 11am

Morris by Michael R. Helgens
Morris is a young man grappling with the long lasting effects of abuse at the hands of his step father.

Here Are The Featured Entries

NOTE: Films within blocks are not in set order. Films listed will play within the film block designated blow.

 

Thursday – Block 1 (12-2pm)

Bull’s-eye to Eye and Dart to Dart

Adaptation

Jonas and the Sea

Mean Guy Music

O.C.D.

Dead Sharks

UPLOADED

Kings

Gratuity (Appreciated)

Parade

 

Thursday – Block 2 (2-4pm)

Waiting for the (t)rain

Roller Coaster

Some Girls’ Mothers

Elisa

A Few Rubber Bands More

The Break In

Voltaire

Branded Dreams

 

Thursday – Block 3 (6-8pm)

The Inselberg Effect

Positive

A Way Out

A Tour of Bluff Road: Burlington, Iowa

What Happens in the Woods

Beatin

Lanterns

My Corner

Fedde le Grand: Robotic

 

Thursday – Block 4 (8-10pm)
**Note – This Block is for adults only. Films contain violence, gore, nudity and adult language.**

Suffer the Little Children

Innsmouth

Crush

The Barber’s Cut

The Misadventures of a Satanic Cult Part 6

The Misadventures of a Satanic Cult Part 8

That Eva Lynne

We’ll Get It

Don’t Go in the Lake

NASTY

The Werewolf’s Greatest Hit

 

 

Friday – Block 1 (12-2pm)

Strange Terrain

The Call

The Life and Times of Thomas Thumb Jr.

YO SOY PEDRO

The Kids Are Asleep

The Prodigy: Wild Frontier

Full Feather Jacket

The Promise of Agriculture

What Happens In Your Brain If You See a German Word Like…?

In Love

A Single Life

 

Friday – Block 2 (2-4pm)

Why We Walk

Leaving Kansas

Comrade Crunch

As We Say Goodbye

BURN

 

Friday – Block 3 (6-8pm)

Auction Insider: The John Zimmer Collection

Stuck In Mute

They Will All Die in Space

reConception

Allison Red

Recalibrate

BoogeyMan Pest Control

The Butterfly, The Harp and The Timepiece

 

Friday – Block 4 (8-10pm)

Horn

Night of the Slasher

See You Around

Bingo!

Portal to Hell!!!

Second Skin

Father

 

 

 

 

Saturday – Block 1 (11am-1pm)

Cupido

Inferno

Roadside Assistance

Ian Has A Problem

Under The Apple Tree

Mousequerade

Speech of Foxes

Tailypo

One Good Pitch

Withering

Passé composé

 

Saturday – Block 2 (1-3pm)

Rubbertown

(Otto)

Ticking Away

Edmond

Rutting Season

Another Empty Space

 

Saturday – Block 3 (5-7pm)

The Dying of the Light

Witch Doctor

The Unbeliever

Bleed the Night

The Disappearance of Willie Bingham

Tunisia 2045

The Slow Knife

Yikes