Tiffin native Hope Madden will be attending the Tiffin-Drive-In's first independent horror film festival with her film "Obstacle Corpse".
Madden's career started six or seven years ago writing screenplays which led her to filmmaking and directing. She began making short films the first month of COVID after her screen plays were accepted by 12 festivals and won one. One of those film's "Godspeed" was accepted by a festival and won awards. This then lead her to creating a short film called "Obstacle Corpse" and would eventually turn into a feature lenght film.
Before the festivities begin, the band Tinfoil will be performing, and Madden will be available for meet and greets. The other directors of the short films being presented will also be at the event.
If you want to go to the gates will open at 6:30 p.m. and the cost is $10 per carload. You can also preorder your tickets with this link: https://bit.ly/460xWlK