Romford Film Festival has spawned a horrific child, after years of running a successful festival we have launched The Romford Horror Film Festival.
Our 3rd festival will run from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th of February 2023, at Romford's Premiere Cinema. Films will be shown in a screen of 280 seats starting with a launch event on the Friday night then running on the Saturday and Sunday in the morning until late at night. As well as horror films we'll be accepting other genre areas such as sci-fi, fantasy and thrillers.
Romford is in London's third largest retail area and has a plethora of shops and restaurants close at hand, as well as a variety of hotels.
Under the Romford Film Festival we have previously secured the UK premieres of over 200 horror movies and over 70 world premieres in the same genre.
Filmmakers in attendance will experience their film on a large screen in a purpose build multiplex, at the end of the screenings there will be a Q&A session with the audience followed by an interview with either Spencer, Bradley or Peter, all interviews will be filmed and unleashed onto our social media channels. Our team KNOW horror and you'll appreciate the output we provide to your films. There will be red carpet interviews with our audience and reviews on a number of websites.
Romford Film Festival and Romford Horror Film Festival are festivals ran by filmmakers, so we understand all the things you've been through, we'll screen your accepted film and part as lifelong friends, we'll support you long after the festival finish. Which is probably why in our festival history over 120 filmmakers have returned with their projects.
We will have 5 main awards:
Other awards based on similar themes such as "Best Kill" or "Best Vacuum Cleaner Death" these awards will change yearly.
Incomplete films can be submitted for consideration, however any content submitted must be supplied by 1st January 2023 in its completed form or films will be removed from schedules.
Any film not presented in English must come with English subtitles.
There is no exclusion for films that have been featured at other film festivals, films currently available on streaming services may also be included.
Filmmakers travelling from oversees are not paid for attending, Romford Horror Film Festival prides itself on its Not For Profit status. However if filmmakers choose to attend, they will receive free festival tickets, be considered for awards (as will any submission) and will be part of a Q&A at the end of their film which is recorded, displayed on social media channels and sent to associated press.
Any film submitted cannot withdraw for any circumstances once the film has reached us and been publicly announced.