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#DLAND2015 WORLD PREMIERE @ STATE THEATRE

In one month, our suite of disturbing and bizarre films will scorch the screen at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine, for our 2015 world premiere.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 on the day, and $5 for students. To avoid the service charge you can buy tickets in person at the box office inside the Cumberland County Civic Center, or buy them online near show date with an extra fee on the State Theatre website.

RSVP on our Facebook event page and chat with other excited film folks while you’re there!

And after the screening,  join us at Geno’s Rock Club for the official Damnationland afterparty with a photobooth and live DJ.



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#DLand2014 World Premiere @ State Theatre

DL2014webSTATEIn one month, our suite of disturbing and bizarre films will scorch the screen at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine, for our 2014 world premiere.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 on the day, and $5 for students. To avoid the service charge you can buy tickets in person at the box office inside the Cumberland County Civic Center, or buy them online here with an extra fee.

RSVP on the Facebook event page and chat with other excited film folks while you’re there!

And after the screening, join us at SPACE Gallery for the official Damnationland afterparty with a photobooth and live DJ set from Brooklyn’s up-and-coming collaborative party crew WITCHES.



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DAMNATIONLAND 2014: Five Years of Terror

Work has begun on Damnationland 2014, our fifth year of Maine filmmakers bringing their dark visions to big and little screens. Stay tuned here for updates on this year’s roster of filmmakers, our schedule of screenings, and rad merchandise. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter, if that’s your thing. More news soon!



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Screenings are wrapped for 2012

That wraps all the scheduled screenings of Damnationland 2012. We are so grateful for all the support we’ve gotten from venues, collaborators, and audiences throughout this process. Our mission has always been to showcase the wildly diverse filmmaking talent in and from Maine, and we can fully say that this year was a big success on that front. On behalf of the filmmakers, the producers, and all involved with the creation of Damnationland 2012, THANK YOU for your faith in us.

Next up: DVDs of this year’s program, with tons of bonus features and surprises. Onward!

Photo by Andrea Nilosek



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Official Trailer for #DLand2012

Welcome to Damnationland: The Way Life Should Bleed. 2012 Edition.