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Following the tragic death last July of its founder, Michael
J. Hein, the New York City Horror Film Festival went on hiatus for 2011, but
it’s coming back this year, with a team of organizers aiming to honor Hein’s
memory by showcasing the best in horror features and shorts. First step: a call
for entries has gone out; read on for details.
The festival is seeking movies to screen and compete for
various prizes, with no completion-date or world-premiere restrictions.
Submissions are now being accepted on a tiered entry-fee basis: for features
(over 45 minutes), $40 Early (before June 1), $45 Regular (before
August 1) and $50 Late (before September 1); for shorts (under 45 minutes), $30 Early, $35
Regular, $40 Late. All filmmakers will be notified by October 15 of the status
of their submissions. Stay tuned for further developments regarding the 2012
NYCHFF (including dates), and for more info and downloadable forms, head over
to the festival’s official website, and also check out the Facebook
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