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Frankenstein Unlimited @ Fantasia July 18th! Print E-mail
Written by Chris Mayo   
Saturday, 10 July 2010

Telefilm Canada and Sinema Saliba proudly present:

Frankenstein Unlimited
@ Fantasia!

A three-year journey finally comes to an end as Frankenstein Unlimited hits the big screen on Sunday, July 18th at 12:15PM in the J.A. De Seve at North America's largest genre film festival, the Fantasia International Film Festival!

In the Fall of 2007, Montreal filmmaker Matthew Saliba launched a feature-length anthology project composed of six independently produced short films by young Montreal filmmakers all using the themes of the original Frankenstein novel as inspiration. In addition to himself, these filmmakers included: King-Wei Chu, Matthew Forbes, Martin Gauthier, Peter James and Maude Michaud.

Matthew Saliba's Frankenstein Unlimited is the result of that ungodly collaboration!

Be it a sado-erotic film noir shot in sumptuous black-and-white or a poetic epilogue to the original novel itself or a stunning kung-fu epic starring the one and only Gordon Liu of Kill Bill fame or a surreal drama set in a circus of freaks or a psychological roller coaster with twists and turns this side of The Usual Suspects or an absurd comedy about an evil robotic cat, Matthew Saliba's Frankenstein Unlimited is a 90-minute kaleidoscopic journey through genre cinema that takes the themes and mythos of Mary Shelley's creation in bold new directions via some of the most dynamic, innovative and mind-blowing shorts you've ever seen!

For more information on the screening and how to buy tickets, check out:

After the screening, the brand new Frankenstein Unlimited DVD released by Black Flag Pictures will be on sale so make sure to bring some money and pick up a copy. All proceeds go to the filmmakers who really broke the bank in getting their creations off the ground and onto the big screen!

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