Six More Festivals

The last month has seen six film festivals ask THE FAMILIAR into their fold. The Sacramento Horror Film Festival will be playing Friday, October 22nd in the Historic Colonial Theatre in Sacramento, California. Winning the Maelstrom International Fantasy Film Festival’s Best Horror Short Film Award, The Familiar was automatically placed into the Indieflix Online Film Festival with results still being tallied. Voted as one of the foremost festivals in the United States, the Rhode Island Horror Film Festival will play us on October 23rd (along with our cinematic brother “Tinglewood”). Arizona’s International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival play the movie on October 16th and 17th as part of their Horror Shorts Part B Selection. Denver, Colorado will premiere the film in the Mile High Horror Film Festival Saturday, October 23rd at 2:30 pm. Finally, the Abertoir Horror Film Festival will showcase The Familiar’s Wales premiere in November.

About the Sacremento Horror Film Festival – created in 2007, the SHFF screens more films over fewer days than any other horror film festival thus providing a greater chance for exposure for the horror filmmaker. The festival screens all things horror including features, shorts, documentaries, music videos, trailers, and animations. The SHFF was acclaimed for being “The Best Place for a Real Horror Show” in the “2008 Best of: Unauthorized” issue of the Sacramento News & Review. SHFF’s attitude and mantra is “Love Horror.”

About the Indieflix Online Film Festival –

About the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival – The Flickers: RI International Horror Film Festival is an eerie-sistable salute to an often overlooked genre that will include numerous world premieres of shorts and features including the best of films submitted in competition from all over the globe.

About the International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival – the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival is a film festival dedicated to the genres of horror and science fiction that is held annually in Tempe, Arizona. The festival was founded in 2005 by Brian Pulido and Chris LaMont.

About the Mile High Horror Film Festival – The Mile High Horror Film Festival is dedicated to celebrating the art and entertainment of independent horror films.

About The Abertoir Horror Film Festival –