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AwesomeBMovies.com Presents: Open Call For Horror “Short Films”

by  |  October 17th, 2011  |  Blog

Since the dawn of film, directors and movie studios have been trying to perfect the "Horror Movie Experience"!

 

Calling All Directors!!!

So we were all sitting around the ABM headquarters today, and came up with an idea! We thought it would be fun to feature some great short films on the site for Halloween 2011.

It’s all very simple, we would like to showcase 10 Horror themed short films. So if you’re a director with a horror short 2 minutes to 10 minutes long, please let us know! The 10 most entertaining shorts will be posted on the site.

There isn’t any “reward” other than having your talents and work showcased. This is your “awesome” opportunity to gain exposure of your talents and projects or just show your mom and buddies. And who knows? Maybe get discovered! After all, you may be a “Featured Filmmaker”!

So, make it scary, funny, moody, ironic, vampire, zombies, werewolves, aliens or something completely unique and fun! Deadline is Monday October 24th if you’d like to be considered.

Please submit a link of where your Horror Short Film (2-10 mins long) can be found online (along with other pertinent info, site/blog etc.) to:

Matt@AwesomeBMovies.com

Good luck and godspeed to all!

*All participants in your film must be 18 years of age or older.


About

Matthew Dowling, a native Philadelphian, now residing in Los Angeles, is an actor, writer and film maker. Matt's training with 2nd City, and numerous appearances in TV shows, movies, theater, infomercials, and most importantly... B movies, has prepared him for making B Movie recommendations.

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