Popcorn Frights Film Festival, Florida’s leading international genre film festival, will celebrate its third year this August 11-17, 2017, in the heart of Miami’s buzzing Wynwood arts district.
Popcorn Frights showcases features and shorts by filmmakers from around the world to an audience of horror lovers and filmmakers, industry, and journalists. Amongst others, Neil Marshall, Lucky McKee, Kurt Russell, John Landis, Joe Dante, Stuart Gordon, and Darren Lynn Bousman have premiered their films at the Popcorn Frights Film Festival before they went on to win awards and broader recognition.
We revel in discovering new talent. We don’t discriminate: shorts, features, documentaries, animation, film, and video — all are welcome submissions.
What filmmakers are saying:
“Popcorn Frights offers the very best in genre programming in Florida or any other state. A festival not to be missed!” —Jackson Stewart, director of BEYOND THE GATES
“I couldn’t have been happier with the way Popcorn Frights handled our Florida Premiere. It’s a fresh and exciting festival run by movie fans for movie fans and you can’t ask for more. It’s a pleasure to work with them and they make you feel like you’re part of the family instantly. I’m excited to see what they have in store for us next year!” —Alistair Legrand, director of THE DIABOLICAL
“It was such a pleasure for HOWL to play at the very first Popcorn Frights film festival in Miami, and what lovely organizers, and a huge thanks to the whole Popcorn Frights team, all of who showed a true passion for the genre, I can’t wait to show another film there!” —Paul Hyett, director of HOWL
Part of putting on a awesome festival is partnering with some great sponsors. The Popcorn Frights Film Festival is currently looking for some new sponsors for this year’s festival…
Support Popcorn Frights and earn great exposure for your company!
Popcorn Frights Film Festival relies on the support of local, regional, and national sponsors to bring high-quality film programming to the South Florida area year after year. Festival sponsors receive strong marketing value for their efforts as well as access to the great things the Popcorn Frights Film Festival has to offer.
Festival sponsors receive valuable benefits:
-Brand association with film community and support for the arts
-Brand impact and premium visibility
-Logo placement on Festival website, official poster, and program
-Product placement opportunities
-Promotion on Festival social media channels
-Media attention in connection with the Festival
-Access to Festival parties and events
-Ticket vouchers for Festival programming, including award-winning film premieres…and more!
All packages can be customized to fit each organization’s needs and level of participation.
For specific sponsorship package information, please visit:
Popcorn Frights Sponsorship Deck
Also, if you sign up with the help of PromoteHorror.com, we will include you in some of our promotional offers depending on the festival package you choose. Email us at HorrO@PromoteHorror.com to sign up through PromoteHorror.com today!
They are already working on bringing some terrific films to South Florida, but are still accepting film submissions until June 2.
All film submissions are being accepted via FilmFreeway.com. More details and how you can submit your film can be found at: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PopcornFrightsFilmFestival.
Both festival directors, Marc Ferman and Igor Shteyrenberg, have a passion for films, and work tremendously hard to put on a fabulous festival. They are true supporters of horror bringing fans special screenings like “Hellraiser III,” “The Lost Boys,” and “Scream 2,” and Florida premieres like “The Void,” and “Found Footage 3D.” As a sponsor and attendee, PromoteHorror.com encourages you to support this festival whether it’s attending, sponsoring, submitting a film, or making a donation. You won’t find many week long festivals with the kind of fantastic lineup of films they show.
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