Zilla and Zoe

Zilla and Zoe

24.99

Zoe, age ten, is obsessed with making horror films. A deadline for a big horror contest is coming up, and Zoe is determined to win. But when her father, concerned about her increasingly gory activities, orders her to stop making horror films and shoot her sister’s wedding weeke instead, Zoe has no other choice…. To win the contest of her dreams, she will have to turn her sister’s wedding into a horror film.

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TAGLINE

GIRLS DON’T PLAY WITH DOLLS ANYMORE


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 104 Minutes
Format: 1:85 Flat
Sound: 5.1 Surround Sound.
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Adventure, Family
Rating: PG-13



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

BEST PICTURE, Oregon Independent Film Festival

BEST COMEDY, Oregon Independent Film Festival

AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST FILM, Seattle Local Sightings Film Festival

OPENING NIGHT FEATURE FILM SELECTION, Portland Film Festival

QUARTERFINALIST, Francis Ford Coppola’s Zoetrope Screenwriting Contest

“charming and bloody and sweet-natured and every character is worth caring about.”
-HorrorBuzz.com

“just a whole lot of fun”
-Trainwreck’d Society

“Best Comedy”
-Cast Iron Studios

“Charming Indie Comedy”
-Screen Anarchy

“all the Greater Portland film festivals loved ‘Zilla and Zoe.’”
-Movie Nation

“Something special here”
-LA Times

“a springboard for raucous, unrestrained hilarity”
-HK and Cult Film News

“the film will become a classic”
-Unseen Films

“This film helps to keep Portland weird”
-Two Oh Six

“will be featured as the opening-night narrative film of the Portland Film Festival.”
-The Portland Tribune

“breaking through stereotypes”
CGiii

“Zilla and Zoe Opens Portland Film Festival”
-The M Reporter

“a sweet story about familial love and acceptance.”
-Rochester City Newspaper

“This film is about Portland”
The Oregonian

“There’s so much stuff that hilarious or horrifying”
-Willamette Week

“opening the Portland FIlm Festival”
-Directed By Women

“keeping Portland weird”
-Northwest Film Maker Festival

“unique, thoughtful, entertaining”
-The Native Society

“two worlds collide”
-KATU

“beautiful script”
-KATU

“It’s the perfect film for Halloween”
-KATU