The Hero Complex Film Festival gives comic book, sci-fi and fantasy film fans the opportunity to see their favorites on the big screen, and hear from the visionaries who brought them to life. It’s an excellent way to reach a passionate, highly-engaged audience of genre fans and brand yourself alongside some of the biggest names in moviemaking.
The Los Angeles Times’ Hero Complex Film Festival blasts into its second super-heroic year with a four-day event featuring eight iconic fan favorites returning to the big screen alongside rare live Q&A sessions with their filmmakers – and a surprise or two – hosted by our pop culture experts.
Talent includes Warren Beatty (Dick Tracey), Nicholas Meyer (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci (Star Trek), Damon Lindelof (Star Trek), Richard Donner (Superman, Superman II) & Jon Favreau (Iron Man, Iron Man II), and more.
The inaugural three-day festival featured discussions with iconic filmmakers Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Christopher Nolan (Insomnia, The Dark Knight) and Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Alien).
Hero Complex Film Festival 2013
ives comic book, sci-fi and fantasy film fans the opportunity to see their favorites on the big screen, and hear from the visionaries who brought them to life.
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Source: AAM 2013.
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Source: Scarborough Los Angeles, CA 2013 Release 2. Los Angeles Times past 7 days print and online audience.
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