FilAm Director holds Wondercon Panel and Short Film World Premiere



10 Years From Comic Book to Short Film


ANAHEIM, CA – The world premiere of the short film “Black Tiger: Hunter Hunted” is scheduled for April 19, 2014 at the Gardenwalk UltraLuxe Anaheim, across the street from Wondercon, at 7:00PM, with an encore screening at 8:30PM. Screening attendees will receive a copy of the film poster and entry into an after-party that includes refreshments and elbow-rubbing with cast and crew in the theater lounge.

There is free standby admission for the film for WonderCon badgeholders, but tickets are selling quickly. Reserved tickets for the World Premiere and after-party are only available at


In the film, Jenn Fong (Angela Fong) as the Black Tiger is working in league with private detective, Salem Chow, to uncover clues regarding the murder of her father (Robin Shou), the prior Black Tiger. Appearing on the scene is an unknown. Jenn gets a lead in the death of her father that will change her personal and superhero lives forever.


Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their first comic book series, “Black Tiger: Legacy of Fury,” Beyond Time, Inc. has partnered with filmmaker, Patricio Ginelsa of Kid Heroes Productions to produce “Black Tiger: Hunter Hunted” and will also be present at WonderCon with a special panel “Black Tiger: From Indie Comic to Indie Short Film” on Friday, April 18 from 4:00-5:00PM in Room 207, where all attendees will get a free vintage “Black Tiger” poster with art by Greg Horn and Rod Pereira. Beyond Time will also have a table, D33, from which they will conduct signings and raffles.


Beyond Time, Inc. ( is a producer and digital publisher of comic books and a producer of short films.

Kid Heroes Productions ( is a Los Angeles-based production company whose past work include music videos for the Black Eyed Peas (“The Apl Song” and “Bebot”). They have featured their award-winning work on television and in various film festivals having worked closely with clients such as Lincoln, USC Credit Union, L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, and DIRECTV.



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