We love horror and we're very excited to watch your films!
The Bloody Horror International Film Festival (BHIFF) is an international festival seeking the best in indie horror (both amateur and professional).
The festival is set up in two yearly sessions. Selected films will be recognized and awarded in various categories.
BHIFF has made a point to keep our entry fees low as to give everyone the chance to enter! We offer a high number of award categories, along with an option to have your film reviewed by our judges.
BHIFF is headquartered in Canada, but its panel of judges is set in different parts of the world and comes with a variety of horror film expertise.
ANNOUNCEMENT!! BHIFF is very happy to share some exciting news with you!
We have partnered up with the nice folks over at B-Movie TV! B-Movie TV is a Live TV Channel that is available via Roku Box. B-Movies 24/7!
Every film that wins BHIFF's Baddest B-Movie award will be exclusively screened LIVE on B-Movie TV's channel! How cool is that?!
More news! Featured judge Andrew J.D. Robinson is a multimedia horror artist behind nonprofit international filmmaking contests the 15 Second Horror Film Challenge and The Horror Movie Awards. The Horror Movie Awards is currently seeking short films and/or features to consider towards their indie horror nomination categories! Submit for FREE through http://filmfreeway.com/thehorrormovieawards by Dec 21st 2020!
The following awards will be given for each session (if applicable):
best 15 second horror
Best Halloween film/Best Campy film
Best web series
Best animated film
* Please include a Press Kit, if possible, when sending in your submissions *
The Bloody Horror International Film Festival (BHIFF) runs in 2 sessions.
Bloody Session: Summer
Deadly Session: Winter
* Please include a PRESS KIT, if possible, when sending in your submissions *
We accept the following categories:
Features, shorts, animations, web series, trailers and 15 second short scares.
Online submission will be accepted through film festival platform FilmFreeway. We do not mind if your film has already been published online or not, but project completion must be dated no more than 3 years old. Language should be in English, otherwise it must contain English subtitles or be dubbed in English.
We prefer online submissions (Youtube, Vimeo, etc.). But we will accept hardcopies in some cases. These must be a digital copy on DVD (minimum 1920×1080). Please contact us for mail submissions.
All submissions are final. No refunds are provided.
We reserve full rights to use your name, film and film clips, posters or any other information for publicity and display on our website, Facebook page and all other promotion material (online and printed).
Please note: no REAL people or animal cruelty will be accepted. Any such material will be immediately dismissed.
By submitting your film you agree that you own the rights to it and are responsible for the content. By submitting you are granting BHIFF the right to use the name, synopsis and artwork of your film on our website and Facebook page, as well as any promotional material we may create (pamphlets, posters, etc).
No refunds will be given whether your film is or isn't selected for the festival or screenings. Any hard copy of your film and promotional material will not be returned.