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First wave of horror films announced for Telluride Horror Show

8 September 2015 4:12 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

by Seth Metoyer

The first round of horror films have been announced for the Colorado based horror festival Telluride Horror Show. This years lineup looks sweet and includes premieres and a special screening of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas with director Q&A! Check the list of films below.

From The Press Release

The first wave of films is now live for the 2015 Telluride Horror Show, October 16-18 in picturesque Telluride, Colorado (elevation 8,750 ft.).

Most of the films will make their Colorado premieres at this year's festival or will screen fresh off their Fantastic Fest debuts. The festival will also feature a special screening of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas followed by a director Q&A.

Here's the complete lineup, which can also be found at


Henry Selick

Guest Director

Henry Selick is an American stop-motion director, producer and writer »

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Round-Up: New Cavity Colors Shirts, Telluride Horror Show 2015, American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire Posters

4 September 2015 8:04 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Halloween is in less than two months, and Cavity Colors wants to help you get an early start on the festivities. Also: the lineup at the 2015 Telluride Horror Show and four posters from American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire.

Cavity Colors' Halloween Celebration Shirts: "'The Girl Who Dreams Of Halloween' Limited Edition Print ($30.00)

Lucy found herself constantly daydreaming about candy corn, jack-o-lanterns, and paper skeletons... 1 day a year was not enough.... The giant pumpkin hovered over her head constantly... There was no escape.

Limited Edition of 100 Signed and numbered by Aaron Cavitycolors 17 x 22 inches (will fit any 18 x 24 frame) Printed with Archival inks on Velvet Cotton Paper Please allow 1 - 2 days for shipping (each print is made to order)

"Xenofloss" T-Shirt / Tanktop ($25.00)

In space, no one can hear you eat Halloween candy. But if you're an alien, you should always floss! There's no time for cavities!

Designed by Hillary White. Pre-order »

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The 18th Annual Brooklyn Film Festival – The Films and Winners

23 August 2015 5:04 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

In our last article, we went over the history and exciting things the Brooklyn Film Festival offers its contestants. And now it’s time to meet the films and the winners.

16Mmonster: directed by Jacob Kindlon; a 12 minute short from the Us.

20 Years Of Madness: directed by Jeremy Royce; a 90 minute documentary from the Us.

Abby Singer/Songwriter: Directed by Onur Tukel , a 75 minute film from the Us.

Abigail Deville’S Harlem Stories: Directed by Nick Ravich, a 7 minute American documentary.

After A Dream: Directed by Tobias Schmuecking, a 17 minute short from Germany.

And It Was Good: Directed by Graham Waterston, a 19 minute short from the Us.

Winner of the Short Narrative Spirit Award

Big Bag: Directed by Ricardo Martin Coloma, a 13 minute animation from Spain.

Block And Piled: Directed by Marc Riba & Anna Solanas, a 5 minute animation from Spain.

Blue-eyed Me: Directed by Alexey Marfin, a 7 minute short from England. »

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Annecy: Spain – 16 Animation Talents To Track

14 June 2015 10:50 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“Spain has one thing that really gives it an industry edge: its talent,” said Ignacio Perez Dolset, at Ilion Animation Studios.

Below, profiles of 16 young – or young-ish – animation talents who have broken through in the last years and either feature in the Annecy Festival’s “From Doodles to Pixels” program strand, or have projects at the market, or, in the case of five, are Icaa Annecy attendance grant winners bought to the Festival by Spain’s 3D Wild Animation Fest. Or combinations of all three. Variety originally aimed to profile ten talents, but it agrees with Perez Dolset.

Rocio Alvarez, ”Street Driver”

Painter, illustrator, graphic designer, finally toon director,. a true multi-hyphenate artist, Alvarez was the first Spanish woman to be nominated for a Cartoon d’Or, for her graduation short, “Ecart de conduite” Its TV-series spin-of sorts, “Street Driver”, will be pitched at Mifa. “Driver” depicts hilarious situations sparked by driving exams. »

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