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2011 Special Screenings
Dreams, Delirium and Death, Oh My!
Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival® Announces Special Screenings of Invited Films
In addition to the films selected to compete in various categories at the Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival® starting at the end of this month, organizers are pleased to announce the films that have been invited for non-competitive screenings during the weekend.
Highlights of the carefully chosen movies include a new short written by BBHFF panelist and Final Destination creator Jeffrey Reddick; animation shorts by Festival staple and creative wizard Amit Tishler; and a feature from Bradley Scott Sullivan that demonstrates how volunteer work can be a real killer, to name a few. A listing of invited films (to date) is below.
Paralyzed. Produced by John Norris, Aaron Sims, and April Wade. Directed by Aaron Sims, Written by Jeffrey Reddick
The Key to Annabelle Lee, Produced, Written and Directed by Staci Layne Wilson
I Didn’t Come Here to Die, Produced by Kim Waltrip. Written and Directed by Bradley Scott Sullivan
Show Me, Produced by Todd A. Sharp, Michelle Gardner. Directed by David Schneider. Written by Karl Herlinger.
Screenings are open to all audiences and are included with day, two-day and weekend passes to the Festival. All Access passes are available. Space is limited though, so attendance at all screenings is not guaranteed.
For more information on the passes, visit the Tickets page of the website.
About The Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival®
Founded in 2009, the Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival® is held annually in the mountains of Big Bear Lake, CA, to recognize excellence in the film genres of horror and science fiction. This year’s festival is scheduled for September 30th – October 2.
For more information on the invited films, visit the Invited Films page.
Film submission deadlines have passed, but tickets are available for purchase for the three-day event.
For more information on the workshops please visit the workshops page.