A Night of Horror International Film Festival announces its official call for entries today. The festival is now accepting feature films, shorts, music videos, and screenplays for the 2010 event.
What began as an idea for a one-night event (hence the festival's name) now spans for 10 days. The 2009 festival showcased 15 feature films and 70 shorts and music videos, along with hosting parties, filmmaking forums, and a screenplay competition.
John Michael Elfers, director of the feature film "Finale" speaks glowingly of his experience at the 2009 festival: "Saying that we had a tremendous experience at A Night of Horror would be an understatement. It was our world premiere and exceeded our expectations. The festival is committed to helping independent horror filmmakers find their audience and get noticed. They put our film in the hands of distributors, reviewers, and got us on the radio. The personal attention was unlike anything I've experienced at other festivals."
Canadian producer Mike Masters agrees, "I've attended all types of festivals across the world with my film 'Reel Zombies' and my experience at A Night of Horror ranks amongst the best of them all. It will be at the top of the list for festivals to submit to with my next genre picture."
More details are available at the festival's official site: www.anightofhorror.com.