New York City Horror Film Festival

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The New York City Horror Film Festival was established by Michael J. Hein in 2001. It takes place each year in New York City for a week in October or November and specializes in the horror film genre.[1]

The festival is a competitive one, showing 60 films in 2005. Awards are as follows:

Lifetime achievement award[edit]

Since 2002, The New York City Horror Film Festival has given the Lifetime Achievement Award to one legendary horror filmmaker each year.

Recipients are as follows:

Awards[edit]

2010[edit]

  • Lifetime Achievement Award: Robert Englund
  • Best Feature: YellowBrickRoad by Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland
  • Best Director: Stevan Mena for Bereavement
  • Best Actor: James Nesbitt for Outcast
  • Best Actress: Emilie Dequenne for The Pack (La meute)
  • Best Screenplay: Franck Richard for The Pack (La meute)
  • Best Submitted Screenplay: "The Call of the Jersey Devil" by Aurelio Voltaire
  • Best Cinematography: Marco Cappetta for Bereavement
  • Best FX: Jenn Rosefor for Kiss The Abyss
  • Best Short Film: Ninjas by Dennison Ramalho
  • Audience Choice Award: The Living Want Me Dead by Bill Palmer
  • Wizard World Award: Written By by Karni Baghdikian

2009[edit]

  • Best Feature - The Revenant
  • Best Director - Kerry Prior, The Revenant
  • Best Short - Eric Scherbarth, Sinkhole
  • Best Actor - (Tie) David Anders and Chris Wylde, The Revenant
  • Best Actress - Ellia English, Cornered
  • Best Cinematography - Pier Luigi Santi, The Shadow Within
  • Best Special Effects - Sweatshop
  • Best Screenplay (submitted film) - Andreas Schaap, Must Love Death
  • Best Screenplay - Vincent Ho and Stan Shaw, "Gargoyle"
  • Audience Choice - The Revenant

2008[edit]

2007[edit]

  • Best Feature - Botched
  • Best Short - Criticized
  • Best Cinematography - Nobody
  • Best Screenplay - Death of a Ghost Hunter
  • Best Special Effects - Seed
  • Best Actor - Stephen Dorff - Botched
  • Best Actress - Masha Wattanapanich - Alone
  • Audience Choice Award - DARA

2006[edit]

  • Best Feature - Fingerprints
  • Best Short - Happy Birthday To U
  • Best Screenplay - Last Rites of the Dead
  • Best Cinematography - The Marsh
  • Best Special Effects - The Marsh
  • Best Actor - Robert "Opal" Oppel - Rapturious
  • Best Actress - Gina Ramsden - Last Rites of the Dead
  • Audience Choice Award - Eddie Loves You

2005[edit]

  • Best Feature - The Dark Hours
  • Best Short - Zombie Movie
  • Best Screenplay - Headspace
  • Best Cinematography - Headspace
  • Best Special Effects - Neighborhood Watch
  • Best Actor - Jason Campbell - Nightmare
  • Best Actress - Nicole Roderick - Nightmare
  • Audience Choice Award - Roadkill

2004[edit]

2003[edit]

  • Best Feature - Malevolence
  • Best Short - Scream for Me
  • Best Cinematography - Flesh for the Beast
  • Best Actor - Kristina Copeland Savage Island
  • Best Special Effects - Flesh for the Beast
  • Audience Choice Award - Strange Things Happen At Sundown

2002[edit]

  • Best Feature - Lucky
  • Best Short - Chuck
  • Best Cinematography - Horror
  • Best Actor - Den
  • Best Special Effects - Hell’s Highway
  • Audience Choice - The Human Beeing

Non-competition screenings[edit]

2007[edit]

2006[edit]

2005[edit]

2004[edit]

Guests[edit]

2008 Frank Henenlotter William Lustig Michael Gingold

2007[edit]

William Lustig Michael Gingold Frank Zagarino Roy Fumkis

2006[edit]

2005[edit]

2004[edit]

Jeff Lieberman William Lustig Michael Gingold

2003[edit]

2002[edit]

See also[edit]

Other Genre Film Festivals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NEW YORK CITY HORROR FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES WINNERS". Film Threat. Retrieved 14 February 2014. 

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