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Snap or die ‘Instapocalypse’ horror short to play at Cinequest Film & VR Festival

 

INSTAPOCALYPSE

INSTAPOCALYPSE

There are few thing more important than snapping a fresh selfie to update your profile bro. Even during a zombie apocalypse. In the new short from Martin Sofedal INSTAPOCALYPSE a couple has to deal with just that dilemma. Zombies are no match for the power of Instagram in this hilarious looking short. The film will play at this years Cinequest Film & VR Festival on March the 3rd at 9:45pm at Century 20 Redwood City (Screen 10), the 5th at 9:15pm at Hammer Theatre SJ, on the 7th at 6pm at Century 20 Redwood City (Screen 10), on the 9th at 3:45pm at Hammer Theatre SJ and on March 10th at 4:45pm at Century 20 Redwood City (Screen 10).

Oslo born director Martin Sofiedal’s award winning short will play at Cinequest Film & VR Festival in San José. This fun short asks “how important is Instagram when the world has gone to hell?”

Two friends find a working iPhone during the zombie apocalypse, but their longing to post pictures on Instagram soon turns them against each other.

Director Martin Sofiedal achieved his international breakthrough in 2014 with the fan film Uncharted: Ambushed, based on the Playstation game with the same name. It garnered attention from film and game magazines from all around the world, including The Hollywood Reporter. His short film Selfie Standoff won an award at the One-Reeler Short Film Competition (LA) and was part of the official selection at Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival and Chicago Comedy Film Festival in 2016. His latest short film Instapocalypse, was recently awarded “Video of the week” by Awardeo.tv. Benjamin Falck & The Ghost Dagger will be Sofiedal’s feature film debut, for which he also wrote the script.  He is also the in-house director at Go Electra, a production company in Oslo.

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The film stars Cecilie Svendsen, Patrick Finzi who also will feature in Martin Sofiedal’s upcoming feature film Benjamin Falck & the Ghost Dagger. The cinematography is by Magnus Owe whose work includes shooting and editing the popular Norwegian talk show Karl Johan, as well as several other high profile projects.

Instapocalypse will be play at Cinequest in March on the 3rd at 9:45pm at Century 20 Redwood City (Screen 10), the 5th at 9:15pm at Hammer Theatre SJ, on the 7th at 6pm at Century 20 Redwood City (Screen 10), on the 9th at 3:45pm at Hammer Theatre SJ and on March 10th at 4:45pm at Century 20 Redwood City (Screen 10).

For Tickets go here.

 

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