If this idea sparks an interest and you live in Los Angeles, you can meet one of the masters of Halloween on Saturday, October 27, at the New Beverly Cinema during the first-ever Debra Hill Film Festival (October 26-27).during a special 35mm screening of
The tickets are pricey, but it’s for a great cause as the proceeds will fund the Debra Hill Fellowship, which is awarded annually to a young producer graduating from an accredited graduate film program with a producing-specific curriculum. If you don’t know, Debra Hill was firmly entrenched in thefranchise, and she wrote the first film’s screenplay.
John Carpenter’s Halloween is considered by many critics, including us, the first slasher film ever produced. The inspirational film was itself inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, who, by the way, has a biopic titled Hitchcock that will premiere next month. If you need no more persuading to attend this special screening of Halloween, below are two ticket levels for this event with the scheduled play times.
VIP admission (25 tickets available)
Price: $500 per person
Package includes a meet and greet with John Carpenter at 7:00 p.m. before the 7:30 p.m. screening; both a regular Mondo poster and a limited variant; and preferred seating to the screening of Halloween with John Carpenter in person.
Please note that the VIP event starts at 7:00 p.m.
Price: $100 per person
This includes a numbered poster only available at the event and admission to the screening of Halloween with John Carpenter in person.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for regular admission ticket holders.
To purchase tickets or for more information, visit this link.