Last couple weeks to submit filmmakers! StokerCon is gearing up for its second annual film festival and with a $1,000 cash prize and some really awesome judges. How could you not want to enter your short horror film?! Acclaimed director Mike Flanagan (Gerald’s Game, Ouija: Origin of Evil, Hush) and Blumhouse’s Editor-in-Chief Rebekah McKendry, as well as yours truly will help select the winning films and I’m excited to be a part of such a revered lineup.
Unlike most film festivals that run the course of a number of days and consist of hundreds of films, StokerCon is focusing on quality over quantity. The festival only takes place for one evening and there are no features in competition. And if it didn’t jump out at you enough above allow me to reiterate, THERE’S A $1,000 CASH PRIZE!
This is certainly one of the newer indie film festivals you should take heed of ladies and gents.
Submit your horror short films here —> https://filmfreeway.com/festiv
Must be thirteen minutes or under
Cannot be available online or streaming
Must be completed in 2016 to present
• Mike Flanagan (writer/director, Gerald’s Game, Ouija: Origin of Evil, Hush)
• Rebekah McKendry (Editor-in-Chief, Blumhouse)
• Tony Wash (director/producer, The Rake, short film curator, Bloody-Disgusting.com)
Mike McCarty, Lisa Morton, Mark Alan Miller, John Skipp and Daniel Knauf
Featured image is from last year’s winning short film Quenottes (Pearlies)
Below are shots from last year’s finalists (top: Wolves, middle: They Will All Die In Space, bottom: Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir)
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