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Gajab Thai Gayo!, Review: Study in a Gujarati medium school, you could win Rs. 25 lakh

Gajab Thai Gayo!, Review: Study in a Gujarati medium school, you could win Rs. 25 lakh Defying any form of classification, Gujarati language film Gajab Thai Gayo! (It’s a Calamity, though calamity is perhaps too strong a translation of Gajab) moves in so many different directions that you end up failing to appreciate its novelty and path-breaking tracks. What appears to be a film on science-fiction constantly hammers the triple messages, that India and Indians have made huge contributio...

Attack-Part 1, Review: Dawn of a new Ira

Attack-Part 1, Review: Dawn of a new Ira Ira is the new Artificial Intelligence set-up, inspired by Alexa, that is implanted in a soldier who has been paralysed as a result of a bullet wound, converting him into a cyborg. That concept was milked over years in Hollywood films like The Terminator (1984), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), Terminator Genisys (2015), and Terminator: Dark Fate (2019). Then there was the Universal Soldier series, Universal...

4 days left to submit your film!

  Just 4 days left to submit your film for this year’s Mirror Mountain Film Festival! Seeking original films from the world's most unique creative minds - drama, comedy, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, documentary, animation, experimental, music videos, dance films and more! Use the discount code ENTERTHEMIRRORMOUNTAIN on FilmFreeway and save 25% on submission fees. Offer ends June 7th. Submit here: ...

PLUS AND MINUS CREATION is an Official Selection of the McMinnville Sci-Fi Film Festival

user I hope all is well for you.  My latest animation film, PLUS AND MINUS CREATION was recently made an Official Selection for the McMinnville Sci-Fi Film Festival. This film is a GREATLY condensed history of our universe from before the Big Bang to the end of our sun;s life. It can be viewed at  Thank you  Jim Hawk   ...


The 19th edition of  Trieste Science+Fiction Festival – organized and promoted by the film and audio-visual research and experimentation Centre La Cappella Underground – will run October 29th - November 3rd, 2019. Submissions are open, the deadline being July 31st, 2019. Guidelines and instructions for submission to the 2019 edition are available here. Films shall be submitted via FilmFreeway at Trieste ...

14th Annual South African HORRORFEST Film Festival

Greetings from Cape Town! Feature- & short film submissions are now open for the 2018 South African Horrorfest (This 14th edition will run over Halloween season, as each previous year)  Enter via these three respected submission services, including: Click For Festivals - FestHome - Film Festival Life - [ All these options and submissions on...


Director: Ray Brady.

Synopsis: An independently produced film, eight short psychological films to comprise a portmanteau feature, collaboration between Ray Brady (five excerpts) and three other Directors excerpts Jason Martin “The Language of Birds”, Asa Taulbut “Fallen” & Jamie Drew “The Stranger”.

Long synopsis: Shot over seven years on a self-financed micro-budget, “Psychomanteum” is a collaboration between four British filmmakers consisting of eight interlinking highly disturbing short stories that are in turn horrific, fantastical or science fiction scenarios. All the films were shot in and around London in the UK, with a purposeful emphasis on psychological visceral aspects of terror rather than the physical portrayal of horror.

11th Annual Red Rock Film Festival — Utah

To encourage the production of media in both the independent and professional market that portray the human race in a positive light, and to applaud original works that redefine media through innovation, creativity and sensitivity that both enlightens and educates audiences from around the world.

The festival considers entries of ALL GENRES from shorts to full-length features, and is held in Southern Utah, nearby Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument. The location is ideal for the vacation-seeking filmmaker. It is an artist's retreat for film, cuisine, parties, and workshops with approachable professional people. This emerging festival is held each November in Festival City.

The International Red Rock Film Festival. The Red Rock Film Festival was formed in 2007 in Southern Utah, and quickly became a internationally recognized festival with 6,000 attendees in 2008. It made MovieMaker Magazine's list of "Top Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" in both 2009 and 2013.


PUFF 2017 Call for Entries

The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival is now open for submissions to the upcoming 2017 edition of the newly founded underground film fest. PUFF is Philly’s alternative cinema event that focuses on horror, sci-fi, and experimental movies typically ignored by mainstream film festivals. Started in 2015 by two film fanatics, Alex Gardner and Madeleine Koestner made it their goal to bring new and unreleased films to the city of Philadelphia. “Our first festival was an incredible succ...

MidWest WeirdFest: Call for Entries! Horror, Sci-Fi, Underground, Documentaries

CALL FOR ENTRIES! From the organizers of Australia's two leading genre film festivals -  A Night of Horror International Film Festival and Fantastic Planet, Sydney Sci-Fi and Fantasy Film Festival - comes a cinematic celebration of all things frightening, fantastic, underground, off-beat, alternative, and just plain weird... to the American Midwest! MidWest WeirdFest is now open for submissions in the following categories: FEATURES - DOCUMENTARIES -...

MidWest WeirdFest

From the founder of Australia's two leading genre film festivals - A Night of Horror International Film Festival and Fantastic Planet, Sydney Sci-Fi and Fantasy Film Festival - comes a cinematic celebration of all things fantastic, frightening, underground, off-beat, alternative, and just plain weird... to the American Midwest!

The Midwest is filled with dark and mysterious byways, strange critters, and mythical beasties. And the great state of Wisconsin has more than its share: from the very real historical monsters Ed Gein and Jeffery Dahmer, to legendary cryptids like the Beast of Bray Road and the Hodag, to strange and wonderful places such as the Forevertron, a UFO landing port, and the mythical town of killer midgets known as Haunchyville.... It's the perfect territory for a festival that focuses on weird cinema from all around the world.

The festival team dreams of MidWest WeirdFest evoking the awe and chills of the sideshow alley of a dark carnival, a place filled with wonders, terrors, and forbidden surprises. The cinematic equivalent of a collection of pulp magazines and underground comix. A film festival that not only celebrates and showcases independent genre cinema - horror, sci-fi, fantasy, thriller - but one that welcomes all types of underground film. From experimental and avant-garde to offbeat documentaries. The festival's seasoned programmers can't wait to see what cinematic wonders await in MidWest WeirdFest's first season of festival submissions!

MidWest WeirdFest's main venue is the Micon Downtown Cinema, located in the welcoming college town of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Wu Xia - A Martial Arts Tango

Director: Johnny K. Wu.

'Wu Xia' means Martial Arts Knights, and it takes two to tango. Follow the two as they are readied to confront the 5 elements to see if they are worthy of the opponent. An all martial arts style extravaganza set in a distant future

10 Cloverfield Lane, Review: Hollowcaust

10 Cloverfield Lane, Review: Hollowcaust Ultra-thin story line, with some slick moments in the first half, is how one can sum up 10 Cloverfield Lane. A psychological, science fiction, holocaust, suspense tale, the film needed a rock solid unravelling. Instead, it goes off on an indulgent tangent, and you come out wondering, “So this was what it was all about?” It is the second film in the Cloverfield franchise. The film was developed from a script titled The Cellar, but while und...

PUFF 2016 Call for Entires

The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (PUFF) is now accepting feature length and short film submissions for 2016. The first year film festival aims to bring independent genre films to Center City Philadelphia.   Run by Fangoria writer Madeleine Koestner  and longtime pop culture blogger Alex Gardner, PUFF has been hosting monthly screenings at one of Philly's last video rental shops, CineMug. These screenings will culminate in a weekend-long festival that will feature a networki...

FilmMakers Global Movie Trailer Festival

Feature Film Trailer or Teaser, Short Film Trailer, Book Trailer, TV Show Trailer, 
Conceptual Trailer, Digital Media Trailer, Music Video Trailer, Webisode Trailer, Presentation, Preview


Submit your Trailer, Teaser, Preview or Presentation Today!


Submissions Now Being Accepted for 2016 International Horror Film Festival. Deadline: June 1, 2016

Submissions currently being accepted for the 2016 International Horror Film Festival in NYC. Deadline: June 1, 2016. Visit to submit a film.   The 2016 International Horror Film Festival is a world class event honoring the best in American and international horror filmmaking. The festival will be held October 21-27, 2016 at Cinema Village, located in NYC's Greenwich Village. The IHFF will bring the horror community together for a ser...

International Horror Film Festival

The 2016 International Horror Film Festival is a world class event honoring the best in American and international horror filmmaking. The festival will be held October 21-27, 2016 at Cinema Village, located in NYC's Greenwich Village. The IHFF will bring the horror community together for a series of screenings, Q&As, appearances, special events and an award ceremony. Selected films will be screened alongside some of the most iconic horror movies of all time. 
As part of this year's festival, we will be honoring the legacy of horror icon Wes Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream, Last House on the Left), who passed away in 2015.

Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival

About Other Worlds Austin

Other Worlds Austin is dedicated to bringing the best of SciFi to Austin, Texas. The festival programming team looks past budgets or the Hollywood push to find great stories and give them an Austin premiere. In addition to its year ‘round programming, the 2nd Annual Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival takes place December 3-5, 2015 at the Galaxy Highland 10. For more information, go to

(Maze Runner II)-The Scorch Trials, Review: Trial and terror

(Maze Runner II)-The Scorch Trials, Review: Trial and terror                                                                  Titles can mislead. Read in standalone mode, The Scorch Trials can easily be mistaken to be a film chronicling a series of court-room cases about burning issues. Of course, it is “no issue”, if ...

Fantastic Four/FANT4STIC, Review: High on Fantasy, Low on Score

Fantastic Four/FANT4STIC, Review: High on Fantasy, Low on Score Fourth outing for Marvel’s Fantastic 4 has a thinly spread plot and is further handicapped by lack-lustre performances. While a sequel is already in the offing, the 2015 prequel to the sci-fi series that was first adapted to the screen in 1994 seems to offer little raison d’être for it. Ten years ago, the first to be released theatre version, called Fantastic 4, was critically panned, though successful at the bo...

Mirror Mountain Film Festival

Mirror Mountain Film Festival brings the best in independent, alternative and underground cinema to Canada’s capital. We are a diverse and inclusive festival that welcomes all types of films and all types of people to share in the collective cinema experience. Our mission is to promote unique and original creative voices from the Ottawa-Gatineau region and from around the world. Mirror Mountain showcases innovative, groundbreaking and unconventional films in a wide variety of genres, including drama, documentary, animation, experimental, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, dance and music videos. In addition to film screenings, the festival features engaging, community-oriented activities such as live performances, hybrid media presentations, interactive exhibits, parties, panel discussions, Q&A sessions and more. Our events aim to connect filmmakers both with audiences and with one another, and to support artists through educational and professional development opportunities.

NEW THIS YEAR! Mirror Mountain is now also accepting submissions of interactive media to be considered for temporary exhibition in the festival lounge. Any works that allow the audience to participate directly, including VR, explorable 360° video spaces, playable videogames, film/video installations, net art and more are now eligible to be submitted using our new Interactive Media category on FilmFreeway.

Terror Film Festival 2015 Call For Entries is OPEN

Terror Film Festival is a blood-chilling, alien-probing, super-thrilling online international film festival designed for filmmakers and screenwriters that runs every October! And our Call For Entries is now open! We are the only film festival in the world that offers the opportunity for filmmakers and screenwriters to get major exposure by bringing the audience right to their film. Also, being online removes the shackles of venue limitations (which limits the amount of people who can s...

What are People Watching?

            Manilo Gomarasca is a film critic for and he has already seen a couple of interesting movies being sold in the market.  So far he has seen “Martyrs,” A new Nicolas Cage movie and the third installment of “The Human Centipede.” He suggests staying away from the first two. “Martyrs” sounded as if it was a bit of a disappointment and Nicolas Cage did not put his best put forward according to Gomarasca....


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