Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival

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Fresh as a Daisy Films proudly presents the Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival (“VHS”). The VHS will bring creators, diverse audiences, and the horror industry together for the inaugural short film festival.

Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival

Where: Cinematheque Theatre (1131 Howe St, Vancouver)
When: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 walk the blood red carpet at 6:30pm
Tickets: Available online now for $18.50

Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival

Walk the red carpet, meet the filmmakers, enjoy STORM beer and / or wine available for purchase. The VHS will consist of two blocks of short films curated by the programming team with one intermission. The 12 official selections for VHS 2018 are an international ensemble of horror cinema that explores every corner of the genre.

VHS 2018 Lineup:
Blood Oranges ­Steve Flavin (USA)
Bride Of Frankie ­Devi Snively (USA)
Day 34 ­Jesse Lupini ­(Canada)
The Desecrated ­John Gray (USA)
El Gigante ­Gigi Saul Guerero ­(Canada)
The Last Resort ­Stephanie Blakey (UK)
Marian ­Brian Patrick Lim ­(Philippines)
Mr. Machine ­Jeff Wish (USA)
Nosferatu Rising ­Sean Genders & Jason Baird ­(Australia)
Relivation ­Wim Bax & Wouter Springer ­(Netherlands)
Where’s Violet? ­Arthur Edelman & Nathan Lebedoff ­(Canada)
The Whistler ­Jennifer Nicole Stang ­(Canada)

All official selections will be automatically nominated for ‘Best Film.’ All other award categories have five nominees as chosen by the programming team. The VHS Short But Sweet Audience Award will be chosen live at the event. Those in attendance will be asked to vote for their favourite film of the night. Award Winners will be announced LIVE at The Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival.

Fresh as a Daisy Films, formed in 2016 by Lloyd Darling and Connor J. Campbell, is a Vancouver-based production company specializing in short films that explore the fragility of the human condition, and the consequences of neglecting the things we require to truly be alive. The company has an interest in dark drama, thrillers and horror.

They aim to produce a cultural event for the city of Vancouver, specifically for those who share their love of the macabre and are fascinated by what terrifies us as well as what unites us. The goal is to celebrate the power of storytelling and provide a platform for emerging talent in the world of independent filmmaking.

Follow the Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram #VHS2018 for more information.

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