Shriekfest Film Festival to Screen World Premiere of Horror Feature Soul to Keep, Followed by Q&A With Filmmakers
The film features groundbreaking deaf actress Sandra Mae Frank and will be shown with closed captions
The Shriekfest Film Festival, an international horror/sci-fi film and screenplay competition, has announced its 2018 finalists and is slated to screen the supernatural thriller Soul to Keep.
The film, written by David Allensworth and Eric Bram and directed by Allensworth and Moniere, follows a pair of siblings and their friends as they are tormented by an ancient demon. For the first time in Shriekfest’s history, the film will be shown with closed captions for the hearing impaired.
Following the film, there will be a live Q&A session with the filmmakers.
More information can be found on the Shriekfest website.
In addition to Soul to Keep and nine other feature films, Shriekfest will also screen more than 30 outstanding and diverse international short films, covering just about every aspect of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy. See the schedule: https://www.shriekfest.com/schedule/los-angeles/.
The Shriekfest Film Festival runs October 4 – 7, 2018. The public is invited to an opening night party at Boardners/Club Sinister in Hollywood; all are also welcome to attend the screenings at the iconic Raleigh Studios on Melrose Ave.
Shriekfest, now in its 18th year, was created in July 2001 by Denise Gossett and has grown into the longest-running and one of the largest horror and sci-fi film festivals in the country. Shriekfest is bi-coastal for a second year as well, with Shriekfest Orlando kicking off on November 3.
Since its inception, Shriekfest has offered young and upcoming writers, actors and producers a chance to have their work screened and rated by peers. For more information on the Shriekfest Film Festival, sponsorship opportunities, schedules, and more, visit www.shriekfest.com. Shriekfest is also on Twitter and Facebook.