The Human Race Will Leave You Breathless at The Valley Film Festival
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The last date listed for The Human Race was Saturday November 10, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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In The Human Race a group of 80 people are ripped out of their daily lives and all re-appear in an undisclosed location. These people are from all walks of life: young and old, athletic and disabled, white-collared and homeless. The rules to a race boom in their heads, in their own voice and language, laying out what will become a horrific race of terror: “If you are lapped twice, you die. If you step off the path, you die. Race…or die.” Startling, violent and powerful, The Human Race is a cruelly inspired beast. Will anyone have mercy on the elderly, the children, the wounded, or the pregnant? Will anyone band together or will the innocent all be forced to become brutal killers? There’s only one way to find out who will survive…watch humanity unraveled & revealed in The Human Race.
90 minutes/Horror Directed by Paul Hough
Please note that the independent films screened at The Valley Film Festival are unrated by the MPAA and may not be suitable for all ages. We recommend ages 18+ only, unless otherwise noted.
Late seating is available but you may not be able to find seats in the dark if you arrive late.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Valley Film Festival
The Valley Film Festival (VFF) is a non-profit project of Community Partners, is the first San Fernando Valley film festival launched to bring together established filmmakers, emerging talent, and their audiences on the studio backlot — just North of Hollywood.
The premier showcase for the best new work by Valley residents, American and international independent filmmakers, VFF provides audiences with opportunities to discover today’s contemporary and avant-garde films.
Founded in 2000, VFF has been showcasing cinema so independent it can only be found in L.A.‘s San Fernando Valley. It’s so (818). Totally.