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Brain Damage Films

The Fourth Annual Phoenix FearCon Film Festival and Convention

4th Annual Phoenix FearCON
Film Festival and Convention

Showcasing the best horror cinema from around the world
Presented by
Trash City Entertainment
January 22nd & 23rd, 2011 - Noon till Midnight
The Nightmare After Christmas.
featuring Special Celebrity Guests!!
Merchandise Vendors! Panel Discussions! Q&A!
MadCap Theatres
730 South Mill Avenue
Tempe AZ 85281

Call for Entries
Features and Shorts
 [And in case you're wondering, short films are 30 minutes or less. Features run at least 75 minutes. If you're in the middle...sorry. Maybe next year, we'll add a "long shorts" section to the festival!]

All submissions will be reviewed by a panel of hardened horror freaks - we'll get back to you, by December 23, 2010 at the latest, and let you know whether you've been accepted. If you want, we can also review the film in detail on; that is entirely optional, but if you're looking to get buzz started, that would be a good way, since the site gets 1,000+ visitors per day. Let us know with your entry if you'd rather we didn't do that though, and we'll happily keep quiet.

What's in it for me, you say? Well, the winner of both the Best Short and Best Feature will receive a domestic and International distribution deal from Brain Damage Films and Maxim Media International. Other film distribution companies and studios are invited to attend and may be interested in your film. We are working with sponsors to offer a cash prize and we will post prizes when they are available.
There is no better way to get your film seen by horror fans. Other entries may also be offered contracts, if they're deemed worthy, but the winners get that as a guarantee. There'll also be an 'Audience Choice' award for the best single film, be it short or feature. We haven't quite worked out what the prize is for that yet though!

Any questions, please feel free to email us, at or you can call 602-399-9500, and we'll happily answer your queries.

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