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Get your tickets to the Warped Dimension filmfest Taking place May 14th - May 15th, 2022

​Taking place May 14th - May 15th, 2022, this festival is dedicated to the Odd, the Eerie, and YES—the WARPED! The films will be streamed to a registered audience via the Zoom platform at scheduled times (no VOD). https://www.ahith.com/zoom Audience participation is one of the key features of our festival. In addition to the Award polls and Q&A button, we offer our audience the option to interact with one another via our text-based chatbox, which is available throughout all events.




Starting at 12 noon Pacific Time on the first day, we’ll be screening Genre Indie films of varying length, including Science Fiction, Warped Comedy, Art/Experimental, and even some Documentaries and Music Videos that fit in with these themes. Check out our Trailer Reel for a taste of each each of these films. Many of the filmmakers will join us for their shows and participate in live post-screening Q&A sessions. These sessions will be moderated by MC Benji Carver, who will ask a few preliminary questions, then move on to questions submitted by the audience via Zoom's Q&A button. During these post-screening sessions, our audience will use Zoom’s polling function to rate the film. The most highly-rated films will receive Audience Awards. In addition, three Staff Awards will be given: Favorite Feature, Favorite Short Film, and Best Trailer (only the trailers for our Official Selections will be considered).


Starting at 9 am Pacific Time on the second day, MC Benji & LAZER! Craig will host a special WarpedTV VHS Dolph-A-Thon: 6 feature films starring the inimitable Dolph Lundgren. Your $20 registration fee will give you access to all of our programming for both dates. Those of you who are experiencing financial hardship, please read the notice at the bottom of our Registration Page.



Please stay tuned to this page and our blog for all the Warped Dimension news, including updates to our YouTube Channel, featuring trailers and clips from this year's films, plus tutorials on some of the Zoom app functions that you may find useful during the festival.

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