‘Driven’ to Screen at the Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival

Amanda Brock
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Image courtesy of 'Driven'
Courtesy of ‘Driven’.

The independent horror/comedy film, Driven, has been selected to screen at the first annual Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival next month!

Held in Sleepy Hollow, NY, the festival will commenorate the 200th anniverary of the Washington Irving classic, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, as well as celebrate the “legacy of artistic inspiration and achievement” in filmmaking. Tickets for individual screenings, including Driven, will be available for $10 each or you can purchase passes which include events for the entire weekend. Online tickets for individual screenings will be available starting September 26 and will then be available for purchase at the Warner Library venue starting October 11.

The Driven screening is scheduled for October 12 at 5:15 p.m. To purchase tickets and for information about the event visit the Sleepy Hollow Film Fest website here!

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Amanda is a mental health counselor by day and a nerd by night. She’s been fangirling since 1989 when she had so many New Kids On The Block posters in her bedroom that she ran out of wall space and had to put them on her ceiling. She finds people and stories fascinating and even went to film school years ago. The journey from film to Social Work is a long, depressing tale, but she came out the other side feeling inspired to help people. Now she’s living out that old Hollywood cliché. You know, the one where someone can’t contain their passion any longer and leaves a career in entertainment to pursue their dreams of becoming a therapist in the Midwest. She’s not a filmmaker anymore but she is a fan. Her favorite genres are sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes, and musicals. She loves Supernatural, New Kids On The Block (duh), and comes from a family of Star Trek nerds. She might also be a little obsessed with her cats.
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