Local independent film, I Am Going To Kill Someone This Friday, sets a new bar for how indie productions are produced and what should be expected from the end result, offering moviegoers a quality experience that dares to reach for the quality and consistency of big budget films while enjoying the depth and edginess that is commonly exclusive to indie cinema. With a story inspired by Hitchcock and an aesthetic inspired by Kubrick, ‘Kill’ lands right on the mark it intended to hit. I Am Going To Kill Someone This Friday will screen for a limited audience in Jacksonville, Florida on August 9, 2018, presented by The Jacksonville Film Festival.
Despite the challenges of attracting an audience for a story that relies on keeping the details secret, Durden Godfrey‘s I Am Going To Kill Someone This Friday has managed to gain an impressive following.
I Am Going To Kill Someone This Friday is not just a horror film. It takes the audience on a psychological journey through their own experiences, posing questions that may come with unwelcomed answers. It features a cast of established and rising talent from across Florida.
Presented by the Jacksonville Film Festival, I Am Going To Kill Someone This Friday screens August 9th at the Jacksonville Main Public Library in Downtown Jacksonville. The film’s red carpet event will be an evening to remember, boasting a film that will surely not be easily forgotten. Tickets go on sale July 6, 2018 and can be purchased via eventbrite at tinyurl.com/killtix or on the Facebook event page. $20.
Will Call – 6pm-7pm
Red Carpet – 6:45pm-8pm
Film Screens – 8pm-10pm
Q&A – 10pm-11pm