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Genre star Lynne Griffin to appear at Blood In The Snow Canadian Film Festival

 

One of the most beloved genre stars in Canada is making her way as a special guest for this year’s BLOOD IN THE SNOW CANADIAN FILM FESTIVAL. Lynne Griffin has appeared in over 60 films and television series and is still busy to this day. She will attend the festival for two days and will be autographing a special edition of the film BLACK CHRISTMAS. Read the official details on her appearance ahead and make sure you check out our reviews on some of the films next week!

THE BLOOD IN THE SNOW CANADIAN FILM FESTIVAL

Is proud to announce a very special guest for this year’s festival that will be participating in our Vendor Village area!! Canadian Horror Actress and Icon LYNNE GRIFFIN (Curtains, Strange Brew, Dream House) will be on hand Saturday November 28th between 2 and 6pm and Sunday

November 29th between 6 and 8pm autographing copies of the brand new “BLACK CHRISTMAS: SEASON’S GRIEVINGS EDITION” from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Bob Clark’s 1974 classic was Lynne’s first feature film and we are delighted to be teaming up with Anchor Bay and Lynne to bring this opportunity to the Blood in the Snow audience. BITS recognizes that

along with trying to further develop and foster the now thriving Genre Film Community in Canada we must recognize and appreciate where this community has grown from, and Lynne Griffin is certainly one of our country’s most beloved genre stars.

 

And for more information on all the other participants in our vendor

area click here http://www.bloodinthesnow.ca/vendors.html

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