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Horror Society’s Film Festival Windy City Horrorama is Only Accepting Submissions for 8 More Days!

Windy City Horrorama is officially accepting submissions until February 28th via Film Freeway.

Horror Society’s film festival, the Windy City Horrorama, is entering is final round of accepting submissions. As of the end of the month, we are capped. So, please, get your genre movie to us. We want to put it in front of the eyes of adoring horror fans. Take a look at the press release below for more information.

Windy City Horrorama is officially accepting submissions until February 28th via Film Freeway.

The inaugural WINDY CITY HORRORAMA will take over Lincoln Square’s Davis Theater the weekend of April 27th – April 29th and we want to see your work! We are in search of the freshest and most exciting voices in the independent horror genre, from Chicago and beyond. Send your shorts and features via Film Freeway until February 28th.

Fest co-founder and Horror Society programmer Matt Storc is teaming up with Chicago International Film Festival’s After Dark programmer Alex Vazquez to put together a weekend of skin-crawling movies, filmmaker Q&As, drinking, and celebrations of all things horror. Windy City Horrorama hopes to cultivate a festival packed with films that honor the DIY nature of independent genre films, with special attention to work and filmmakers from Chicago. The festival will feature shorts, features, and special repertory screenings. Thanks to support from HorrorSociety.com, we are thrilled to host a weekend long horror film festival for all the dedicated and passionate fans at a Chicago neighborhood favorite, Lincoln Square’s newly renovated Davis Theater.

Stay tuned for upcoming news and announcements – including a full programming schedule, ticket sales, and a launch party.

For more information on volunteering, sponsorship, or programming, contact windycityhorrorama@gmail.com Follow Windy City Horrorama on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Written by Matt Storc

(Chicago Events Coordinator) Matt Storc is a screenwriter and director from the great city of Chicago. He enjoys sharing movies with people almost as much as he enjoys making them. He also does a killer rendition of the other guy's part in Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me" at karaoke."