Former SFR Editor Julia Goldberg's original half-hour film, "My So-Called Apocalypse," has been accepted (out of hundreds of entries!) to show at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival in September.
The film, which features a handful of SFR staffers, city officials and local personalities as zombies, victims and zombie slayers, first screened this April at The Screen at Santa Fe University of Art and Design.
During the Atlanta Horror Film Festival (Sept. 15-17), it will screen Sept. 16 as part of the Comedy Horror Shorts division.
Goldberg, along with local musician and director Andrew Primm and producer/teacher/musician Eliot Fisher, created the film as part of a contest, sponsored and funded by MIX Santa Fe, to create a 30-minute movie or TV show about Santa Fe.
Watch the new trailer below, and when you're good and scared, visit mysocalledapocalypse.com for more information. The film will be available for sale on DVD this fall.