Horror Show Film Festival Call for Submissions is Ending Soon

Telluride Horror Show 2016 film festival poster
Telluride Horror Show 2016 film festival poster

The Telluride Horror Show, Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival, is accepting film submissions for the 2016 festival, features and shorts.  The festival is October 14-16, 2016.

The Telluride Horror Show takes place at the legendary Sheridan Opera House and Nugget Theatre, in Telluride CO along the historic main street. There will be additional screenings and programs at the Telluride Library (100 W Pacific Avenue).

Each year, this film festival features approximately two dozen feature films and 40+ short films, and hosts special programs, guests, and events.

Every year, the festival attracts the latest & best horror films from all over the world and attendees from all over the country for an intimate gathering of genre film fans in the world-famous mountain resort town of Telluride, Colorado. For three days and nights, experience an eclectic mix of horror, suspense, thriller, fantasy, sci-fi and dark comedy.

Last year, the Telluride Horror Show experienced record attendance, with many film screenings sold out. The 2016 Telluride Horror Show is planned to be even bigger, with the addition of a third venue showcasing sci-fi, fantastical, and off-the-wall cinema.

Submit a Film

Submission categories include:

  • Feature Film — Accepting feature films (50 minutes or longer) in the Horror, Thriller, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi genres. Documentaries and comedies are also accepted in the above genres.
  • Short Film — Accepting short films (49 minutes or less) in the Horror, Thriller, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi genres. Documentaries and comedies are also accepted in the above genres.

Filmmakers may submit their entry at www.withoutabox.com/telluridehorrorshow, or at filmfreeway.com/festival/TellurideHorrorShow.  Note that the FilmFreeway information lists the submission deadline as Extended Deadline).

Attend the Film Festival

Tickets are on sale now for this October festival.  A three-day festival pass runs $125, and includes film screenings plus all special events.

Film submission and selection will determine the schedule, which will be released before the festival opening date.

More film festival details and updates are online at www.telluridehorrorshow.com.

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