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Young Dracula (film)

Young Dracula is a 2011 short film written and directed by Alf Seccombe. The cast includes artist and musician Kyle Field of the band Little Wings,[1] and American television news correspondent Su-chin Pak.[2]

The film won Second Prize for Bay Area Shorts at the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival.[3][4][5]


  1. ^ Angelico, John "I can see your shorts, SFIFF: Moments of brief joy at the S.F. International Film Festival", "", April 26, 2011
  2. ^ "SuChin Pak IMDB" ""
  3. ^ "Awards for Alf Seccombe", ""
  4. ^ Susan Gerhard, "SF360", May 5, 2011, "[1]"
  5. ^ Dana Harris, "IndieWire", May 5, 2011, "[2]"

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