Filmmakers! Nerds! Geeks! Writers! Academics! Fangrrls! Cosplayers! Vendors! The very first SqueeCon is looking for you! On December 1st, The Squee! Project (www.squeeprojects.com) will host its very first gathering of creators, consumers, and fans for a day of community at the Lyric Hall Theater in New Haven, Connecticut. The Squee Project is a collective of fangrrl creators. We attempt to cover the full fandom experience including cosplay, conventions, comic books, movies, podcasts, fanfic, episodics, and creating spaces for women, girls, femmes, and female identifying fangrrls to collaborate and network in geek-nerd culture.
The Program so far includes;
Featured screenings of Wayward: The Documentary, a sneak preview of the upcoming docu-series Looking For Leia, and the premiere of the third installment of the Squee! Project web-series. Additionally there will be a program of short films.
Well known cosplay guests include; Cate Broomhead & Christine Evans of The_Cos_n_Effect, Rowena Cosplays, Ayla Ocasio & Jacob Daniel Womack, Jenn Wotchertonks and more to be announced.
Performances by Cat Smith and Tea Time For Mad Girls, Nerd Karaoke
(We’re looking for shorts, 10 minutes and under, completed any time in the history of the world, which are your original creations, of any genre including but not limited to documentary, sci-fi, comedy, animation, web series, pop culture, fan films, and more. All films must have a woman in one or more of the following positions: Director, Producer, Writer, or Editor)
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Ad space is available in the following sizes and price levels:
Full page 40$ for 8.5 X 11, Half page $20 5.5 x 8.5 and quarter page $15 5.5 x 4.25 Color or B&W. PDF.
Audience and presenter demographics anticipated in attendance include: women, gender non-conforming, and LGBTQ-identifying individuals; aged early 20s to late 50s; fans of pop culture, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and super-hero content, both literary and moving image.
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