Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will open with the sensational South African chiller Good Madam (Mlungu Wam).
Brooklyn Horror Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Brooklyn Horror Film Festival
WHERE: Brooklyn, New York, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Bringing the best of domestic and international genre cinema to New York City since 2016, the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is a premier East Coast genre festival that embodies the eclectic spirit of its namesake.
The Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, and the Overlook Film Festivals team up again to present the 2nd NIGHTSTREAM festival.
Adam Rehmeier’s DINNER IN AMERICA Wins Audience Award + Winning Shorts Announced at NIGHTSTREAM Film Festival
NIGHTSTREAM festival came to a close with Adam Rehmeier’s DINNER IN AMERICA winning the festival’s Audience Award.
Virtual ‘NIGHTSTREAM’ Genre Film Festival Announces Lineup – Opening with Hulu’s RUN, Closing with MANDIBLES
NIGHTSTREAM, formed as a banner uniting five genre festivals, unveiled its lineup, opening with RUN, starring Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen.
Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook, and Popcorn Frights Join Forces to Launch Virtual Film Festival
Boston Underground , Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, the Overlook, and Popcorn Frights Film Festivals join forces to present a virtual festival.
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will return in 2020 for its fifth edition and run for another full eight days. Submissions are now open via FilmFreeway for short and feature films.
DANIEL ISN’T REAL was awarded best picture and best director at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival which closed out the fourth edition on October 24th.
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival unveiled the rest of its 2019 slate with the NY Premiere of Joe Begos’ new raucous, Fangoria-backed siege knockout VFW as Closing Night Film.
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns to Brooklyn from October 17th to 24th, opening with the North American Premiere of the spellbinding THE BEACH HOUSE.
Following the festival’s biggest year yet, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will return October 17 to 24, 2019, for its fourth edition.
Following what is considered the biggest year yet, the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival announced the 2018 award winners, with the top awards going to Cannibal Club, winner of the Best Film – Horror Feature,
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival added five more features to the 2018 lineup, including the North American Premiere of Paulo Leite’s supernatural thriller INNER GHOSTS and Danishka Esterhazy’s dystopian women-led satire LEVEL 16.