01st Jan2018

Official selection announced for the 2018 Night Terrors Film Festival

by Kim Sonderholm


Night Terrors Film Festival, launched in 2016, is a genre festival for short films horror, thriller, supernatural and the absurd. Taking place across two venues – one in Denmarks capital Copenhagen and one in the second biggest city, Aarhus, – the festival is a great opportunity for short film makers to have their film screened for a Scandinavian audience that might not have other ways to experience their movies…

With that in mind, here’s the list of films selected for the 2018 Night Terrors Film Festival in Denmark. Please note that the list below does not yet represent the actual screening order yet.

  • Studded Nightmare
    by Jean-Claude LeBlanc, Canada
  • Popsy
    by Julien Homsy, France
  • Rest Stop
    by Dana Moe, USA
  • Room for Rent
    by Fernando Simarro, Spain
  • Nite Nite
    by Chad Meisenheimer, USA
  • Ready or Not…
    by John Romeo, USA
  • Trick and Treat
    by Severin Eskeland, Norway
  • Elegy
    by Chad Gardella, USA
  • First Time
    by Christopher von Grebe, USA
  • Hope
    by Adam A. Losurdo, Norway
  • The Goatman of Kananaskis
    by Tristin Deveau, Canada
  • Bon Appétit
    by Erenik Beqiri, Albania
  • Pulse
    by Becki Pantling, United Kingdom
  • Paint the Town Red
    by Ariel Hansen & Christopher Graham, Canada
  • Born of Sin
    by William Boodell, USA
  • Solved
    by Michael Bartolomeo, USA
  • Tradition
    by Sultan AlSaud, USA
  • Seance
    by Ray Kermani, Belgium
  • Blackout
    by Timothy Collins, USA

The Night Terrors Film Festival 2018 takes place the following places:

February 7th 2018 – Husets Biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 Copenhagen S, Denmark.
See map here – Doors open at 6:30 pm, films start at 7:30 pm

February 8th 2018 – Slagtehal 3, Mejlgade 50 kld, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark.
See map here – Doors open at 7:30 pm, films start at 8:00 pm

For more information, check out the official website: http://www.nightterrorsfilmfest.dk/


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