Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

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Brooklyn Horror Film Festival
StatusActive
GenreFilm festival
Location(s)Brooklyn, New York
CountryUnited States
Inaugurated2016
AreaInternational
Websitebrooklynhorrorfest.com

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is an annual film festival in Brooklyn, New York. It was founded in 2016.

Festivals by year[edit]

2016[edit]

The first annual festival took place from October 14–16, 2016.[1] The festival took place in multiple theaters including Wythe Hotel Cinema, Videology, Spectacle Theater and Syndicated Theater.[2]

World premieres [3]

  • Child Eater Dir. Erlingur Ottar Thoroddsen
  • Psychotic! A Brooklyn Slasher Dir. Maxwell Frey & Derek Gibbons

North American premieres [4]

  • Broken Dir. Shaun Robert Smith

US premieres [5]

  • Without Name Dir. Lorcan Finnegan Best Feature, Best Director, Best Editing, Best Cinematography [6]
  • Let Her Out Dir. Cody Calahan
  • Therapy Dir. Nathan Ambrosioni
  • Fury Of The Demon Dir. Fabien Delage

East Coast premieres [7]

New York premieres [9]

Retrospective screenings [13]

Short Films [14]

  • Nightmare Fuel: Scary Horror Shorts: Pigskin, The Puppet Man, Tilly, Playback, The Sticks, The Home, The Stylist
  • Head Trip: Alternative Horror Shorts: Disco Inferno (dir. Alice Waddington), Eveless, The Push, Empty Bed, Venefica, Shorty
  • Local's Only: Shorts by Brooklyn filmmakers: Mute, Chambers, Last Stop Coney Island, Stitched, ETA, The Toothbrush, Wandering

Special events [15]

  • Grady Hendrix's Summerland Lost: A Ghost Story
  • Critical Drinking
  • Apparition: A Popup Art Show
  • Ghosts We've Known: Storytelling Competition
  • Tears - Live music performance by Dani Marie and Johnny Butler

Other genre film festivals[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Calvario, Liz. "2016 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announced: First Annual Gathering Of Genre Enthusiasts Will Celebrate Scares". Indiewire.
  2. ^ Donato, Matt. "First-Ever Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Awards Announcement And Recap!". We Got This Covered.
  3. ^ Klein, Brennan. "SEE TRASH FIRE, PET, AND ERIC WALKUSKI AT THE BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL!". Arrow In The Head. Jo Blo.
  4. ^ Klein, Brennan. "SEE TRASH FIRE, PET, AND ERIC WALKUSKI AT THE BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL!". Arrow In The Head. Jo Blo.
  5. ^ Harrington, Lexi. "Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Inaugural Line-up!". Fangoria.
  6. ^ Miska, Brad. "The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Award Winners Announced!". Bloody Disgusting.
  7. ^ Harrington, Lexi. "Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Inaugural Line-up!". Fangoria.
  8. ^ Miska, Brad. "The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Award Winners Announced!". Bloody Disgusting.
  9. ^ Mack, Andrew. "Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Inaugural Lineup And Much More". Screen Anarchy.
  10. ^ Collis, Clark. "Brooklyn Horror Film Festival special report: Sex, Laos, and videotape". Entertainment Weekly.
  11. ^ Miska, Brad. "The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Award Winners Announced!". Bloody Disgusting.
  12. ^ Miska, Brad. "The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Award Winners Announced!". Bloody Disgusting.
  13. ^ Mack, Andrew. "Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Inaugural Lineup And Much More". Screen Anarchy.
  14. ^ Alexander, Chris. "Brooklyn Horror Fest Launches; Reveals Program and Poster". Coming Soon.
  15. ^ Alexander, Chris. "Brooklyn Horror Fest Launches; Reveals Program and Poster". Coming Soon.

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