Update On First Ever Rocks Off Pro Wrestling Film Festival
Posted by Joseph Lee on 09.27.2013
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- The first ever Rocks Off Pro Wrestling Film Festival takes place on November 21 through November 23 at the Kraine Theater in New York City, which holds 99 seats. There are only six Iron Man VIP Passes left, which offer admission into every event and first admission for the best seating. Click here to order.
Here is a list of the announced events that are on sale. All screenings are $5 each until Columbus Day, at which point they'll go up.
THURSDAY 11/21: OPENING NIGHT
$10 - Double Feature: "Featuring opening night reception, 90 minutes of short films on pro wrestling and Colt Cabana and Friends on Stage watching bad wrestling." To order tickets, click here.
FRIDAY 11/22: SEVEN LEVELS OF HATE SCREENING
$5 - World Premiere Screening of Adam Pearce's Seven Levels of Hate: "Documentary looking at his feud against Colt Cabana and the backstage politics that changed its plans forever. Pearce will take part in a post-screening Q&A with Kevin Gill." To order tickets, click here.
SATURDAY 11/23: A FULL DAY OF PROGRAMMING!
11 AM - $5 - "Special NYC screening of Adam Backer's Sadermania documentary, looking at the close friendship between Hulk Hogan and his top fan, Chris Sader." To order tickets, click here.
4 PM - $5 - "Special screening of ECW documentary Barbed Wire City, looking at the rise and fall of what was one of pro wrestling's most unique sub-cultures and the lasting mark the promotion made on fans and performers, good and bad. Directors & Producers Kevin Keirnan and John Philapavage as well as a number of ECW personalities, will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A and discussion." To get tickets, click here.
8 PM - $5 - "NYC debut of Cody Knotts' Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies as Roddy Piper, Kurt Angle, Matt Hardy, Terry Funk, Shane Douglas and more face off against an army of darkness. Director Cody Knotts and more from the cast and crew will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A." Click here for tickets.
More programming, including short films, guests and more will be announced over the next few weeks.