If your a horror fan especially in UK&Ireland you know theres important few days at the end of August which are important thats the Film4 Frightfest, the annual as well as leading horror-fantasy (and hopefully this summer Cinehouse-ThepeoplesMovies will be there!).
If you’ve attended or followed the festival online you know the frighfest boys always make sure the attendees have the ‘fright’ of a time bringing you the best in best horror movies from mainstream to independent right upto world cinema and this year Frightfest want YOU! Frightfest organisers are currently working on the programme for this years festival and there looking for great movies and short movies to show during this premier festival.
So are you a budding filmmaker? looking to get your project seen by thousands of fans as well people from the industry? This is your chance to submit your movies and all you have to do is head over to Frightfest website to download the application form which you’ll get here: www.frightfest.co.uk
Good Luck and read the offical press release below
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FRIGHTFEST WANTS YOU!
Film4 FrightFest, the UK’s biggest, best and most talked about genre festival, is asking filmmakers from every continent to submit their work for possible inclusion into their main August event.
If you have a short film or feature you think has that X Factor and is something special, different or unique, we’d love to take a look at it. You never know, you could end up on stage at the prestigious Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square introducing it to the world at large.
Film4 FrightFest has an enviable reputation for discovering and bringing bold new talent to the fore. We’ve launched everything from THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE, THE DEAD and F to the genre careers of Simon Rumley, Tom Shankland, Christopher Smith and Federico Zampaglione.
Don’t forget, FrightFest now has a DVD label, FrightFest Features, and your film might be exactly what we’re looking for in that department too.
So don’t delay, go to www.frightfest.co.uk to download the submission form, and get the ball rolling.
Alan Jones, FrightFest co-director, says, “It’s amazing how much fine work we get sent every year and how many of those submissions do actually make the grade. So we want to promote this aspect of FrightFest because we know there’s an ever-growing army of horror fantasy filmmakers out there who are just waiting for the right opportunity. And I believe it is our duty to the genre to provide it”.