‘Bloody Flicks Awards’ Now Open for Entries

The second annual Bloody Flicks Awards film festival is now open for entries.

After the success of the inaugural awards, the festival is expanding with a screening date for 10 short films on Saturday 22nd February 2020 at the Boiler Works in Stoke on Trent.

There will also be a screening of one feature film on the day; which will be announced at a later date.

Bloody Flicks was delighted to work with Brutal Posters on the artwork for our festival having being impressed with their previous work on indie horror projects 10/31 Part 2, The Barge People and The Rage 2.

The awards on offer for the Bloody Flicks Awards 2020 are as follows:

Best Film
Best Foreign Film
Best Director
Best Actor/Actress
Best Special Effects
Best Music
Best Short (under 10 minutes)

All of these categories will be voted for by audience members throughout the festival with winners announced on 1st March 2020 on the Bloody Flicks website and Facebook and Twitter.

Paul Downey, Festival Director of the Bloody Flicks Awards commented,

“We’re delighted to be hosting the second annual Bloody Flicks Awards film festival at the Boiler Works in Stoke on Trent.

“Our website has always championed independent horror and cult cinema so were looking forward to seeing another diverse range of entries.

Entries for the Bloody Flicks Awards will close on 31st January 2020 with successful selections notified by 2nd February 2020.

There are also exhibitor opportunities at the Boiler Works; with interested parties encouraged to e-mail bloodyflicks@gmail.com with the subject line Bloody Flicks Awards Exhibitor.

If you would like to submit your short film for consideration at the Bloody Flicks Awards 2020 please visit filmfreeway.com/bloodyflicksawards

Follow Bloody Flicks on Facebook @bloodyflicksuk – Twitter @bloodyflicks and also listen to our Podcast on Bloodyflicks.podbean.com


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