Halloween night belongs to a certain kind of person: the haunted house dweller, the scary story teller, the full moon howler and All Hallows’ Eve reveler. And in a year like this, when Halloween falls on a Friday, beware: these Halloweenish people go a bit crazy. If you are among this ghoulish group, or just want to party like you are, read on for our annual Go! guide to Halloween happenings.
Are you hosting a haunt, party, concert or other spooky Halloween event in North Central Washington? We want to hear from you. The annual Go! Halloween Guide will take over this section on Oct. 30. To ensure that your event is included, email email@example.com by next Thursday, Oct. 23, with event details and contact information. Events must be open to the general public. Questions? Call Kelli Scott at 661-5205.
The golden age of Hollywood and the days of the almighty studio system are long gone, replaced by the age of accessible technology that has democratized filmmaking. Most of what you watch online is probably produced by independent artists. Fans drive the success or failure of web-based shows and producers crowd source full-length films. The Independent Television and Film Festival celebrates the best of this new world of video production. And at this year’s festival in Dover, Vt., a brother and sister team from Wenatchee will be in the spotlight.