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Eerie Horror Film Festival Call for Enties! Film, Games and Screenplays!

By Rev Greg
Jan 22, 2007, 10:15

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The 2007 Eerie Horror Film Festival, Video Game and Screenplay Competition has officially opened its call for entries and is currently seeking submissions from all over the world!


Eerie Horror Film Festival
Since 2004 the EERIE HORROR FILM FESTIVAL has screened over 150 films and has featured appearances by Tony Todd (Candyman), PJ Soles (Halloween), Gunnar Hansen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre '74), Lloyd Kaufman (Troma), Eugene Clark (Land of the Dead), Joe Pilato (Day of the Dead), Lynn Lowry (The Crazies), Tom Atkins (Halloween III), Charles Cyphers (Halloween), Nancy Loomis(Halloween), Alex Vincent (Child's Play), Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick (The Omen '06), Brian Andrews (Halloween), Mark Borchardt (American Movie), John Hancock (Let's Scare Jessica to Death), Dorothy Tristan (screenwriter), Mark Steensland (The Gospel According to Philip K. Dick), Sean David Morton (Joe Killionaire), Len Kabasinski (Swamp Zombies), Jamien Snow (author), Greg Lamberson (Slime City), Debbie Rochon (Hellblock 13), Michael Stanley (Attack of the Beast Creatures), actress Pam Sutch and many, many more!

Join us October 10 - 14, 2007 at the Erie Playhouse (13th W. 10th St, Erie, Pa. 16501) for the 4th Annual Eerie Horror Film Festival! Five solid days of independent horror, science fiction and suspense films from all over the world. Meet your favorite stars, filmmakers, screenwriters and game developers! Mingle with thousands of fans and celebrate the best of the best at our Awards Ceremony. Who will be our next big winner? It might just be YOU!

Submit your film, screenplay or video game project to us today!

Submission categories for the 2007 Eerie Horror Film Festival, Video Game and Screenplay Competition includes:

Horror Feature, Horror Short, Science Fiction Feature, Science Fiction Short, Suspense Feature, Suspense Short, Student (10 - 17 yrs of age) Horror Feature, Student (10 - 17 yrs of age) Horror Short, Feature Length Screenplay, Short Length Screenplay, Student (10 - 17 yrs of age) Feature Length Screenplay, Student (10 - 17 yrs of age) Short Length Screenplay, Video Game Concept, Video Game Character Design, Video Game Environment Design, Video Game in Development, Completed Video Game

Over $3,000 in Cash and Prizes (and growing)!

Ready to Enter?

Click on the icon below to learn more and how to submit your film, video game or screenplay to us this season!

Website: http://www.eeriehorrorfilmfestival.com


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