The deadline for submissions to the New York City Horror Film Festival is June 30, 2014.
New York -- Now in its 12th year the spectacular New York City Horror Film Festival, giving a platform to new and independent international horror film, returns for another grand weekend, November 13–16 on the twin screens of the Tribeca Cinemas, at 54 Varick Street, just south of Canal street.
The festival opens Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 pm with a gala opening-night premiere film announced in October. The 2014 Michael J. Hein Award for Personal Achievement in Acting will be given to a very special guest on Saturday, Nov. 15. and they will be announcing the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient this October as well.
Michael J. Hein created the New York City Horror Film Festival in 2002 to offer a needed platform for the independent filmmakers of modern horror films and continued his work until his untimely passing in 2012. Now helmed by his mother Ronnie Hein, the New York City Horror Film Festival continues Michael’s legacy, bringing revered filmmakers, newcomers, and short film makers together for a long weekend of camaraderie, thrills, and chills.
The New York City Horror Film Festival is held at Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick St., New York, NY.
To submit your short film or feature, visit NYC Horror Fest Submissions. The regular deadline for submissions is June 30; late submissions will be accepted until September 1. For more information NYC Horror Film Festival.
Source: New York City Horror Film Festival
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