Eerie Horror Film Festival


2004 Eerie Horror Film Festival
Call For Entries

Overlooked, underrated, and misunderstood, independent horror movies have been ignored and shunned by the mainstream film industry since it began more than a century ago.

Through the decades, these films have entertained and thrilled audiences around the world and continue to grow in popularity to this very day.

There is an incredible amount of talent in this field that goes unnoticed an unappreciated, and we are proud to announce that the Great Lakes Film Association hopes to reverse that trend.

With the call for entries for the 2004 Great Lakes Independent Film Festival, we expanded our categories of films accepted to include sci-fi / horror films. Unlike many other film festivals, we felt that we were over looking a very popular and important genre. For many filmmakers, si-fi and horror films are among the first projects that they produce. For the independent film community these films are at least a stepping-stone and at most, are high quality productions, worthy of placement at most any film festival.

When we expanded our call for entries to include si-fi and horror films, we got such a great response that it was simply the last thing we need to make the decision to put together what will be know as the Eerie Horror Film Festival.

The EERIE HORROR FILM FESTIVAL was established in order to give filmmakers and writers in the horror /sci-fi genres a venue to have their work showcased to people in the industry.

The EERIE HORROR FILM FESTIVAL will take place every fall in the great city of Erie, PA. at the Road House Theatre. Centrally located, Erie is only a short drive from the cities of Cleveland, OH, Buffalo, NY, and Pittsburgh, PA.

The 2004 EERIE HORROR FILM FESTIVAL will be held October 8th. & 9th.

Questions & Information
For additional information about the Festival, contact the
Great Lakes Film Association
6851 Rt. 6N. West
Edinboro, Pa. 16412
greg@greatlakesfilmfest.com
814-873-5069 [Steve]
814-873-7074 [Greg]
blog comments powered by Disqus