Earlier this week, we told you how you can be a part of a Ryerson student’s short film of a hundred couples making out. Today we bring you news of how you can contribute to another Ryerson student’s short film, also concerning making out—as well as singing and dancing and going on a killing spree.
Tonight at the El Mocambo, filmmaker Claire Callway is holding I Love You To Death!, a fundraiser for her “homicidal musical” of the same name: “It’s about Julie (a sweet young girl who’s tired of the city hubbub), Roger (a serial killer), and the love they share.” Check out I Love You To Death‘s MySpace page for demo recordings of some of the songs (including the wonderfully catchy title number).
The fun gets underway at 8:30, with a set by the film’s composer and lyricist, Josh Penslar. Nolan Natasha (of Scandalnavia) and Max Galactic and the Cloud of Evil follow at 9:15 and 10:15, respectively. Clips from the movie and behind-the-scenes photos of its production will be projected on the walls, and appropriately bloody merchandise and art will be on sale.
It’s $5 to get in, and the doors open at 8:00.
Image from the film’s MySpace page.