Call for short films for horror anthology
Australia's number one horror film festival A Night of Horror International Film Festival and production and distribution company Deadhouse Films are calling for short horror film submissions to include in their upcoming feature film anthology.
Now in its 9th year, Sydney's horror film festival has opened up a special new entry category to coincide with the 2015 event. The competition calls for filmmakers from across Australia and around the world of any skill level to submit a short film containing the signature theme: “blood”.
Finalists will be part of the first annual A Night of Horror anthology: a feature length film showcasing terrifying filmmaker talent from around the world which will premiere at A Night Of Horror International Film Festival 2015 in November. Each finalist will also receive a share in profits from sales of the film.
A Night Of Horror International Film Festival has a long and proud history of highlighting "fresh blood" in the genre. "The curators at A Night of Horror have a deep passion for showcasing the best new talents in the industry. And it's a great way for fans and artists to bond and share knowledge amongst each other to expand both the art of filmmaking and the evolution of the genre to new heights", said director Peter Cornwell, whose debut Hollywood feature The Haunting in Connecticut screened at the festival in 2010.
The anthology film will be produced by Australian producer Enzo Tedeschi (The Tunnel, Event Zero, Airlock) and A Night Of Horror festival director Dean Bertram and distributed by Deadhouse Films.
Tedeschi says of the project: "I've been a regular at the festival for years now, and have even had the pleasure of screening my own films here – it's a standout genre festival in Australia, and I'm excited to be a part of this unique next stage of evolution for A Night Of Horror."
For more details visit: www.anightofhorror.com