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The Pittsburgh Horror Film Festival is coming!

The Pittsburgh Horror Film Festival intends to provide a stage for all film makers to display their work. With four separate screening rooms running simultaneously for 48 hours, the festival will show a minimum of one hundred films over the course of the weekend of June 3-5th 2011 at the Monroeville Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA. This allows us to give more film makers an opportunity to have their work appear on the program. Our goal is to provide exposure for more films and filmmakers than any other festival of this kind. While we will feature the horror genre, films from other genres that are submitted will be given equal consideration for placement on the program.

Submissions are open for Features, Shorts, and Screenplays. All prizes and awards start with at least $500 CASH and a unique film festival TROPHY.

We also have room for vendors!! Our 10×10 spaces start at $100 for the ENTIRE weekend!

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